Today i.e. July 2 is the birthday of the playback singer Mohammad Aziz. Born in Bengal on 2 July 1954, Aziz may not be among us, but listening to his songs sung even today, our hearts are relieved. After the death of Mohammed Rafi in the 80s, Bollywood began to look completely incomplete but Aziz's voice made up that deficiency. Apart from Hindi, Azab used to sing playback in Bengali, Oriya, and other languages.
Aziz was a big fan of Mohammad Rafi from the beginning, although Anu Malik gave him a big break in Bollywood. He became a superstar in the Hindi playback singing night with Amitabh Bachchan's film "Mard", from the title song "Main Hoon Marda Taange Wala". One man's contribution in reaching Bollywood has been very special.
Singer Mohammad Aziz started his career as a singer at Ghalib Restaurant in Kolkata. During this time, he was becoming popular among the people. One day, the attention of film director Manmohan Desai went to him. After this, he introduced Aziz to Anu Malik and he got an opportunity to sing in the film Marda. While all the songs of the film were sung by Shabbir Kumar on the one hand, the title track was sung by Mohammad Aziz which was also quite popular. Even today the songs of Mohammad Aziz are settled in the hearts of the people. He died at the age of 64. Mohammad Aziz's daughter Sana informed Singer's demise. Aziz had trouble in the heart while returning home. The driver rushed him to Nanavati Hospital and after this, he was declared dead by the doctors at the hospital. On November 27, 2018, he said goodbye to the world. Apart from the film Mard, he sang songs in films like Tridev, Aadmi Toy Hai, Chalbaaz, Khuda Witness, and Biwi Ho To Aisi.