— VISHAL DADLANI (@VishalDadlani) October 16, 2016
We’ve lost one of finest musicians of our indian film industry Mr. Kersi Lord Ji. He was & will always be an inspiration..
RIP Kersi baba.
— salim merchant (@salim_merchant) October 16, 2016
RIP.Adios Kersi Lord! You and Pancham regaled us with your innovative synthesiser in many films. Earlier your dad,Cawasji on bongos. Thanks! pic.twitter.com/ZBgVvsT9Ir
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) October 17, 2016
Rspctd Kersi Lord, one of the greatest musician and arranger of this world, breathed his last. Prayers for you Sir. Say Hi to my Mother. pic.twitter.com/dcVinQcOV7
— Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) October 17, 2016
— Ehsaan Noorani (@EhsaanNoorani) October 16, 2016
Today we lost a great musician music director music arranger and a wonderful human being Kersi Lord may his soul rest in eternal peace pic.twitter.com/KGZmiHIAed
— Pankaj Udhas (@Pankajkudhas) October 16, 2016
Kersi, son of percussionist Cawas Lord, could handle the bongo, piano, drums, and the accordion. His work in the song ‘Roop Tera Mastana’ is one that stands out. He was bestowed the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 2010.