Anuradha Paudwal’s Son Aditya Paudwal Dies At 35

Aditya Paudwal

Indian playback singer, Anuradha Paudwal’s Son Aditya Paudwal has passed away in a Mumbai hospital on Saturday at the age of 35

Aditya Paudwal was a music arranger and producer and was suffering from kidney ailments for a while. Several celebrities from the music industry have mourned his death on social media.

Shankar told Indian Express, “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.”

Indian singer and composer, Shankar Mahadevan also took to Facebook & wrote, “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”

Devastated hearing this ! Our dearest Aditya Paudwal is no more !! Just can’t believe this ! What an amazing musician…

Posted by Shankar Mahadevan on Friday, September 11, 2020

Ghazal singer, Pankaj Udhas said, “Shocked to learn about sudden passing of dear Aditya Paudwal We will never forget the image of his energetic and bright face. May God grant him eternal rest and the family the strength to bear his untimely passing. our deepest condolences to the family.”

Singer-composer Kaushal S. Inamdar tweeted, “Aditya Paudwal passes away. Such a talented guy. We talked about working together. The opportunity never came by. I’ll always rue that. May his soul attain sadgati.”

“We spoke recently… You had so many plans!! Not an age to go #AdityaPaudwal shattering! May your soul find eternal peace” mourned a friend on Twitter.

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