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Hrithik Roshan Remembers Stereo Nation Singer Taz, Says ‘He Added Magic To Koi Mil Gaya Song’ | People News


Mumbai: Paying tribute to indie pop sensation Taz, Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan said Sunday that his soulful voice added the “magic” to his popular dance number “It’s magic” from “Koi…Mil Gaya.”

Taz, whose real name was Tarsame Singh Saini, died Friday at the age of 54 after a prolonged illness. The UK-based musician of Indian descent was considered a pioneer of cross-cultural Asian fusion music.

Hrithik took to Twitter and remembered the musician, who had sung the hit song from the actor’s 2003 sci-fi blockbuster directed by his father Rakesh Roshan.

“Taz added the magic in Koi Mil Gaya’s ‘It’s magic’ with his soulful voice. Prayers and strength to his family. You will be missed. RIP,” wrote the 48-year-old star.

Taz was the lead singer of the band Stereo Nation, known for songs like ‘Pyar Ho Gaya’, ‘Nachenge Saari Raat’ and ‘Gallan Gorian’. His Bollywood hits included songs like ‘Daroo Vich Pyar’ (‘Tum Bin’) and ‘Mujhpe to Jadoo’ from ‘Race’.

Actor Kavita Kaushik also paid tribute to the musician, tweeting, “’Thoda Daru vich pyaar mila de!’ Must have rewound the cassette 100 times and danced every time! No songs or singers today have that magic!”

On Saturday, a family friend had told PTI that the singer had pre-COVID hernia and hadn’t been well since.

“He was diagnosed with a hernia pre-COVID but couldn’t get a hospital bed during the lockdown. Then he went into a coma in March, got out but never recovered. He died in hospital on Friday,” the family friend said.

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