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Pankaj Udhas Biography: Age, Songs, Awards, Death, and More

Famous ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas has passed away after a long illness. There is a wave of mourning in the industry due to the demise of Pankaj, a big name in the world of Ghazal.

Pankaj Udhas Biography: Age, Songs, Awards, Death, and More

Sad news has come out from the entertainment industry. Ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas, who won the hearts of millions of people with his magical voice for almost four decades, is no more. After a long illness, Pankaj breathed his last at the age of 72. The family has issued a statement sharing the sad information. Pankaj's daughter Nayaab Udhas shared the news of his death on social media.

The demise of Pankaj Udhas, who made his mark in the world of Ghazal, is a big loss for the music industry. He has given many evergreen songs to the industry with his singing for about 36 years. Let us introduce you to the story of how Pankaj Udhas, who belonged to a landlord's family, became a singer...

Panjak Udhas Family

Born on 17 May 1951 in Jetpur, Pankaj Udhas belonged to a landlord family. He was the youngest of three brothers. His elder brother Manhar Udhas was a well-known singer in the cinema world. His other brother Nirmal Udhas was also a well-known ghazal singer. Manoj Udhas was inspired to take up singing by his elder brother Manhar.

Pankaj Udas

Earned Rs 51 from first-stage performance

When Manhar used to be a stage performer, Pankaj was just five years old. Seeing his brother singing, he also had a desire to become a singer and then his father put him in a music institute. Pankaj Udhas gave his first stage performance in 1962 during the Indo-China war. He sang 'O people of my country'. This song of Pankaj was liked so much at that time that people gifted him Rs 51.

Pankaj Udhas Death

The news of the ghazal singer's death is no less than a shock for his family as well as his fans. Everyone has paid tribute to him with tearful eyes on social media. The reason for Pankaj Udhas' illness is said to be his being ill for a long time. He died on 26 February in Kandy Hospital.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Pankaj Udhas Songs

Pankaj Udhas had earned a lot of name and fame by singing ghazals. Among his famous ghazals is 'Chitthi Aayi Hai'. This ghazal was from the film 'Naam' released in 1986. Apart from this, she also wrote 'Your color is like silver', 'Neither the edge of the Kajra nor the necklace of pearls', 'Don't open the veil', 'Drink little by little', 'She forgot to talk to her friends secretly', ' He earned the name by singing some other excellent ghazals like 'Aur Aahista Kariye Baatein', 'Nikalo Na Expok', 'Deewar Se Meek Rona Achcha Lagta Hai', 'Ek Taraf Uska Ghar', etc. All these ghazals are among his memorable ghazals.

Pankaj was honored with these awards

Pankaj Udhas, who proved his mettle in singing, was honored with many awards for his contribution. The most important among these is Padmashree, which he received in 2006.

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Celebrities expressed grief

Many stars including Sonu Nigam, Jackie Shroff, and Manoj Bajpayee have expressed grief over the demise of Pankaj Udhas.