Here are 10 famous musicians from India died at 58:
Gajanan Digambar Madgulkar (October 1, 1919 Madgule-December 14, 1977) a.k.a. Ga Di Ma, GaDiMā, Gajānan Digambar Mādgulkar or G. D. Mādgulkar was an Indian screenwriter, actor and writer.
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Birbal Sahni (April 5, 1891 Saharanpur district-April 10, 1949 Aga Khan Palace) was an Indian scientist, botanist and geologist.
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Cochin Haneefa (April 22, 1951 Kochi-February 2, 2010 Chennai) also known as Muhammed Haneefa, Cochin Hanifa, Hanifa Kochin, Cochin Haniffa, Cochin Hanif, V.M.C. Hanifa, Kochin Haneefa, VMC Haneefa, Salim Ahmed Ghoush, V. M. C. Haneefa or Haneefa was an Indian actor, film director and screenwriter. His children are called Safa Haneefa and Marwa Haneefa.
He died caused by multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.
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Sathyan (November 9, 1912 Nagercoil-June 15, 1971 Chennai) a.k.a. Manuel Sathyaneshan Nadar, Sathyaneshan Nadar, Sathyanesan, Manuel Sathyaneshan, Sathyan Mash or Sathyan Master was an Indian teacher, soldier, actor and inspector. He had three children, Prakash Nadar, Sathish Nadar and Jeevan Nadar.
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Kishore Kumar (August 4, 1929 Khandwa-October 13, 1987 Mumbai) also known as Kishore Kumar & Chorus, Kumar, Kishore, Abhas Kumar Kunjilal Ganguly, Karim Abdul, Abhaas Kumar Ganguly, Kishore Ganguly, Kishore, Kishorkumar, Kishor Kumar, Late Kishore Kumar, Kishor, Kishore Da or Abhas Kumar Ganguly was an Indian singer, actor, musician, film score composer, film producer, playback singer, film director, screenwriter, songwriter and record producer. His children are called Amit Kumar and Sumit Kumar.
His albums: Kishore Kumar: The Prodigy (disc 1), Kashish, A Tribute to a Legend: Kishore Kumar, Volume 1, Great Artiste Great Hits, Hits of Kishore Kumar, Kabhie to Hasaye... Kabhie to Rulaye, Volume 1, Kabhie to Hasaye... Kabhie to Rulaye, Volume 2, The Finest Moments, Revival - Kuch To Log Kahenge and Kishore Kumar - Legends - The Prodigy 2. His related genres: Filmi, Rock and roll, Classical music and Dance music.
He died caused by cardiovascular disease.
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Rajneesh (December 11, 1931 Raisen district-January 19, 1990 Pune) also known as Osho, Acharya Rajneesh, "Rajneesh" Chandra Mohan Jain, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, Chandra Mohan Jain, Rajneesh Shree, Osho Rajneesh, Shree Rajneesh, R. Osho, Bhagwan Rajneesh or Bhagwan S. Rajneesh was an Indian writer, philosopher, guru, teacher, public speaker and author.
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Bahadur Khan (January 19, 1931 Shibpur-October 3, 1989 Kolkata) also known as Ustad Bahadur Khan, Ostad Bahadur Khan or Bahadur Hossain Khan was an Indian film score composer. His children are Kirit Khan and Bidyut Khan.
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Sadiq Ali (May 2, 1952 Jammu and Kashmir-April 18, 2011) was an Indian politician. His child is Tanvir Sadiq.
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Bhavna Chikhalia (February 14, 1955 Gujarat-June 28, 2013) was an Indian politician.
She died in cardiac arrest.
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Damodar Dharmananda Kosambi (July 31, 1907 Goa-June 29, 1966 Pune) also known as Damodar Dharmanand Kosambi, D. D Kosambi, D.D. Kosambi or D. D. Kosambi was an Indian mathematician.
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