“Ghazal King” Pankaj Udhas Leaves A Musical Legacy That Will Last Forever

After a protracted illness, ghazal maestro Pankaj Udhas passed away at the Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai today. He was 72. The singer has left a legacy that music enthusiasts will always find meaningful. His songs will resound for all of eternity.
Pankaj Udhas began his musical odyssey, which spanned decades and touched the souls of millions, on May 17, 1949, while he was born in Gujarat. Often referred to as the “Ghazal King,” he became well-known in 1986 when Mahesh Bhatt directed the film “Naam,” which starred Paresh Rawal, Nutan, Kumar Gaurav, Sanjay Dutt, Poonam Dhillon, and Amrita Singh. Additionally, he starred in films including Saajan, Yeh Dillagi, and Phir Teri Kahaani Yaad Aayee.

His heartfelt singing in ghazals like as “Jeeye To Jeeye Kaise” struck a chord with listeners of all ages.