Friday , June 14 2024

Vocal emperor Amin Sayani lent his voice to 19 thousand jingles

Once again a wave of mourning has spread in the entertainment world. Veteran radio presenter Amin Sayani, known as the magician of voice in the world of radio, has passed away. Amin Sayani breathed his last at the age of 91. The news of Amin Sayani's death has been confirmed by his son Razeel Sayani. Amin Sayani's son Razil Sayani is deeply shocked by his death. Razeel Sayani said that Amin Sayani suffered a heart attack, after which he was taken to HN Reliance Hospital. Amin Sayani was suffering from health related problems for a long time. He was also suffering from back pain for the last 12 years and had to use a walker to walk. Amin Sayani's funeral will take place on February 22, as some of his relatives are scheduled to come to Mumbai today to pay their last respects. An official statement will also be issued soon regarding the last darshan of Amin Sayani. Ameen Sayani holds the record of producing/voiceover of more than 54,000 radio programmes. Amin Sayani's name is also recorded in the Limca Book of Records for giving voice to approximately 19,000 jingles.

When Big B came without appointment, Amin Sayani rejected him.

40-45 years ago, Big B had come to a radio studio in Mumbai for audition. Big B went to meet Sayani without taking an appointment, due to which Sayani refused to meet him and rejected him without even hearing his voice.

Amin Sayani was the king of the radio world.

Amin Saini, known as the creator of the world of 'Radio King' sound, breathed his last at the age of 91. Those who know the world of radio know who Amin Sayani was. Amin Sayani earned a big name in the world of radio. The magic of his voice entered the hearts of people. Even today, radio listeners have not forgotten the announcer of 'Binaka Geetmala', who used to say 'Sisters and brothers' in a very enthusiastic and melodious manner. Today he said goodbye to the world, people are saddened by the news of his demise.