Actor Salman Khan mourns the death of the music producer Ram Laxman who was the man behind his popular films
Music producer Ram Laxman passed away today. Salman Khan has payed his respect through social media.
The 79-year-old music composer of Bollywood, Mr. Ram Laxman passed away today at his residence in Nagpur. He was the man behind the music of popular Bollywood films like Maine Pyar Kiya, Hum Aapke hai kaun and others. Mourning the death of a person who had a key role in his successful films, actor Salman Khan took to his twitter to mourn the loss of the Industry. He wrote, “Ram Laxman, music director of my successful films like maine pyaar kiya, patthar ke phool, hum saath saath hain, hum apke hain kaun has sadly passed away. May his soul rest in peace. Condolences to the bereaved family.”
Raam Laxman was originally born as Vijay Patil in the Marathi state of Maharashtra. He was a music compose for Dada Kondke’s films in the world of Marathi cinema and later joined Dada in the Hindi world as well. The music director was Laxman of the Raam Laxman music composing pact. His partner in business, Surendra passed away in 1976, soon after the two signed the film Agent Vinod. Ram Laxman continued to use his partner’s name in business to honor Surendra’s memory. The duo has composed music for more than 200 films in Hindi, Marathi and Bhojpuri cinema.
Other popular figures like Lata Mangeshkar have also paid their respects to him through their social media handles.