Bappi Lahiri, Composer-Singer, Dies In Mumbai

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Music writer and artist Bappi Lahiri, who promoted disco music in India during the 80s and 90s, kicked the bucket at Mumbai’s CritiCare Hospital today. He was 69.”Lahiri had been conceded to the medical clinic for a month and was released on Monday. Be that as it may, his wellbeing crumbled on Tuesday and his family required a specialist to visit their home. He was brought to the emergency clinic. He had numerous medical problems. He kicked the bucket because of OSA (obstructive rest apnea) without further ado before 12 PM,” Dr. Deepak Namjoshi, overseer of the emergency clinic, told.
Bappi Lahiri conveyed famous tunes in a few movies of the last part of the 1970s-80s like ‘Chalte’, ‘Disco Dancer’, and ‘Sharaabi’. His last Bollywood melody named Bhankas was for the 2020 film ‘Baaghi 3’.
The artist’s keep going appearance on the screen was with Salman Khan on unscripted TV drama Bigg Boss 15, where he was advancing his grandson Swastik’s new tune ‘Baccha Party’.
In April last year, the artist had been conceded to Mumbai’s Breach Candy Hospital in the wake of testing positive for Covid. He recuperated following a couple of days.

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