Legendary Indian Singer Bappi Lahari is no More at The Age of 69

Legendary Indian singer, Bappi Lahiri is no more. Bollywood famous music director and singer Bappi Lahari passed away on Tuesday night. He has directed music for many films not only in Bollywood but also in Telugu.

Singer Bappi Lahari

The singer who introduced disco music to the cinema industry, Music director Bappilahari also a fashion icon. Ringmaster who plays disco with music.

Lahari is a kind of  Disco singer who mesmerizes with singing and creates a sensation. Not only with music and songs but also with his special appearance on stage.

President Ramnath Kovind, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, and many other state chief ministers, as well as film personalities including Chiranjeevi, Balakrishna, and Mohan Babu, have expressed their condolences over his death.

He was recently admitted to Critic Care Hospital in Mumbai due to illness. Bappi Lahiri died Tuesday night while receiving treatment. Many celebrities across the country, including Bollywood and Tollywood, are mourning the death of Bappi Lahari.

Biography and His Family

Born in West Bengal on November 27, 1952, Bappi Lahiri has sung over 5,000 songs in all languages combined. Has provided music for many films. He died of an illness at the age of 69. However, his funeral will be held tomorrow.

Bappi Lahari’s son is currently living in Los Angeles, USA. When he heard the news of his father’s death, he left immediately. With this, the funeral will be held as soon as his son arrives.

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Bappa Lahari will arrive in India tonight. Bappi Lahari’s funeral will be held in Mumbai tomorrow morning at the hands of his son.

Fans and celebrities remember their association with Bappilahari. Those who look beyond 60 years with inexhaustible enthusiasm and an indelible smile.

Bappi Lahari is a man who has the ability to wipe out people with his song not only then but also now. His death marked the end of an era in the music world.

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