Aadesh Shrivastava Dies at 51, Lost Life Due to Cancer


Aadesh Shrivastava, a Bollywood music singer and composer who was battling with cancer lost his life in Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani during midnight. Aadesh was 51 years old and was diagnosed with cancer 5 years ago. He was undergoing his treatment from last one and a half month in a hospital at Andheri (Mumbai).

“Mr. Aadesh Shrivastava expired at 12:30 AM on 5th September 2015, in Kokilaben Hospital due to cancer”, Dr. Ram Narain informed TRT.

Aadesh gave his music in many super hit movies and his music was appreciated by a huge amount of music lovers. He even composed music for Amitabh Bachchan’s movie Baghban.

Aadesh Shrivastava Dies at 51, Lost Life Due to Cancer

His last rites will be performed on September 5, 2015 at 12:30 PM at Oshiwara crematorium, sources told.

Aadesh left his wife, ‘Vijeta Pandit’, a former Bollywood actress and two sons, Avinesh and Avitesh.

Lalit Pandit, who is the brother-in-law of Aadesh told that, he was undergoing chemotherapy but was not responding well so doctors stopped giving him the same.


The doctors tried some other method and Aadesh also fought bravely but the fight could not last longed. Aadesh battled out cancer 5 years ago when he was diagnosed at that time but this time he was again diagnosed with cancer.

Some of the amazing work he done in the movies includes: “Chalte Chalte, Baabul, Baghban, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Raajneeti and many more”.

His debut work came with movie Kanyadaan back in 1993 but the song went unnoticed as the movie didn’t release.

He tasted success through his brilliant work from the song, “Kya Ada Kya Jalwa Tere Paro’ and his other famous hits includes Mora Piya, Sona Sona, Gur Naal Ishq Meetha, Shaava Shaava.

Aadesh’s demise will create a big void in the Bollywood town, especially music industry. May his soul rests in piece.

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