Veteran singer Mohammed Aziz suffers from cardiac arrest, is no more

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Veteran singer Mohammed Aziz who was a popular voice in the music industry back in the '80s passed away this evening due to cardiac arrest at 64. He was on his way back from Kolkata post his show last night. Johny Lever's brother and Indian actor Jimmy Moses first shared the news on his Facebook account. PeepingMoon got in touch with Jimmy Moses and he informed us, "Mohammed Aziz was in Kolkata for a show which happened last night. He took a flight this afternoon and landed at 4:30 in Mumbai. He then took a cab from the Mumbai airport but started feeling uneasy soon after. He was then taken to the Nanavati hospital where the doctors informed that he is no more"

Facebook post shared by Jimmy Moses

The singer first came to Mumbai in 1982 and got his first break by Sapan Jagmohan. Born in 1952, Mohammed Aziz still lived in his 150 years old house in Kolkata which was built by his great-grandfather. He also sang in Odia and Bengali languages. His song Mah Se Naah Meena Se is world famous even today.

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