Remembering Mohammed Aziz on his 70th Birth Anniversary

Mohammed Aziz, a renowned Indian playback singer known for his contributions to Bollywood, Odia, and Bengali films, is remembered on his 70th birth anniversary

Born in 1954 as Saikh Azad Bihar, he was given the name Mohammed Aziz by Odia songwriter Akshaya Mohanty and went on to sing over twenty thousand songs in various genres and languages

Aziz started his career in the music industry with an Odia film titled Jaga Hatare Pagha and later made his debut in Bollywood with films like Ambar and Mard

He collaborated with legendary singers like Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, and KS. Chithra, leaving a lasting impact on the playback singing industry.

Despite his significant contributions, Mohammed Aziz passed away at the age of 64 due to a cardiac arrest while traveling from Kolkata to Mumbai in 2018, leaving a void in both Bollywood and Ollywood

His sudden demise shocked the industry, highlighting the unpredictable nature of life and the importance of cherishing the legacies of talented artists like Mohammed Aziz

Aziz's journey from a music-loving childhood to becoming a prominent playback singer is a testament to his passion and dedication to the art form

His legacy lives on through his vast discography of songs that continue to be cherished by fans and music enthusiasts across the country