Bollywood music composer Aditya Paudwal passed away at a Mumbai hospital on Saturday, the 35-year old is the son of veteran playback singer Anuradha Paudwal.
Messages of support and shock at his passing are trending worldwide, composer-singer Shankar Mahadevan explains, “Aditya was only 35 and such a vivacious person. He was unwell for many many years actually. He had some physical ailments on and off, because of which he also had hypertension. He was unwell many years ago but then he recovered. He even got fit, but it recurred. It had to do something with his lungs and finally, his kidneys failed. Last four days he was in the hospital, in the ICU and this morning he passed away. Very sad.” speaking to Indian Express.
Mahadevan also took to Facebook to offer his condolence. He shared, “Devastated hearing this ! Our dearest Aditya Paudwal is no more !! Just can’t believe this ! What an amazing musician and a lovely human being !! I just sang a song which was programmed by him so beautifully two days back ! Just can’t come to terms with this !! Love you brother … miss you”
Iconic singing legend, Lata Mangeshkar expresses her sadness at the loss of Aditya Paudwal
Aditya Paudwal was a music arranger and producer and had recently worked on Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer Thackeray. Aditya is survived by his mother Anuradha and sister Kavita.
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