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Radio’s most recognised Ameen Sayani’s ‘INDIA CONNECTING VOICE’ lost forever in Mumbai today at nonstop 91.

MUMBAI: Ameen Sayani, radio’s most recognised voice that struck an instant chord with millions of Indians who tuned in to Binaca Geetmala which later became Cibaka Geetmala,  every week for 42 years, has died. He was 91.

Maharashtra Governor Ramesh Bais on Wednesday expressed grief over the demise of legendary radio presenter Ameen Sayani and said “he won the hearts of millions of music lovers with his unique presentation style.”

“मेरे भाईयों और बहनो ! आप सभी को आमीर सयानी का प्यार भरा नमश्कार!”

Sayani, who represented the golden age of radio, suffered a heart attack Tuesday evening and was taken to a hospital in south Mumbai but could not be saved, his son Rajil told PTI.


“He passed away last night of a heart attack at the H N Reliance hospital. He was rushed to the hospital last evening around 6 pm after he complained of chest pain. They tried to revive him but couldn’t,” Rajil said.



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