Farhan Akhtar And Adnan Sami Pay Tribute To Renowned Poet Rahat Indori

Farhan Akhtar And Adnan Sami Pay Tribute To Renowned Poet Rahat Indori
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Farhan Akhtar And Adnan Sami Pay Tribute To Renowned Poet Rahat Indori

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Renowned Urdu poet Rahat Indori breathed his last today fighting with Covid-19.

Renowned Urdu poet Rahat Indori breathed his last today fighting with Covid-19. This 70-year-old poet passed away at Aurobindo Hospital at 5 PM today. It was just yesterday he was tested positive for coronavirus. Rahat Ji announced this news through his Twitter handle and made his fans know about his condition.

But within a few hours of his treatment, this great poet breathed his last and made all his fans to go teary-eyed. Bollywood celebrities Farhan Akhtar, Shabana Azmi and Adnan Sami and a few others paid tribute to this legend and poured their condolences through their Twitter handles.

Farhan Akhtar

This Bollywood actor wrote, "RIP #RahatIndori saab.. deepest condolences to the family."

Jaaved Jaaferi

Jaaved wrote, "One of the most powerful, prolific and inspiring poets of India passes on.

Inna lillaahe wa inna elaihi raaje'oon (from God we have come and to Him is our return)

Salaam and RIP #RahatIndori Sahab. You will be missed. Heartfelt condolences to the family."

https://twitter.com/jaavedjaaferi/status/1293197371665346560

He further added, "Afwaah the ki meri tabiyat kharaab hai

Logon ne pooch pooch ke beemaar kar diya.

Do gaz sahi magar ye meri milkiyat toh hai

Ay maut, tune mujhko zamindaar kar diya."

Waah #RahatIndori sahab #RIP".

Adnan Sami

Along with sharing the pic of this great poet, Adnan Sami wrote, "Saddened to learn that legendary Urdu Poet Rahat Indori Sahib has passed away. Oh Lord!!🙏

My heartfelt condolences to the family...

إِنَّالِلّهِوَإِنَّـاإِلَيْهِرَاجِعون

May Allah SWT bless him in Jannat-ul-Firdaus...Ameen.🤲"

Rahat ji worked for the songs like "M Bole Toh…" from Munnabhai MBBS (2003), "Chori Chori Jab Nazrein Mili…" from Kareeb (1998), "Koi Jaye to le aye…" from Ghatak (1996) and "Neend Churai Meri…" from Ishq (1997).

RIP Rahat ji… You will be remembered forever in the hearts of all and Sunday with your great work!!!

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