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Breaking News Famous Singer Composer Bappi Lahiri Passes Away

The Bappi Lahiri Death singer recently remixed his hit song 'Yaar Bina Chain Kahan Re' titled Are Pyaar KarLe' for Ayushmann Khurrana and Jitendra Kumar starter 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan'. The song was originally picturized on Anil Kapoor and Amrita Singh in Anil Ganguly's Saheb. Popular in the late 1970s-80s for soundtracks such as Disco Dancer, Namak Halal, and Dance Dance, they helped better integrate synthesized disco music with Indian cinema.

Bapp Was ill For Some Time

Bappi Lahiri, 69, breathed his last in a hospital in Mumbai. Bappi Lahiri was suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and a recurrent chest infection. He got his first opportunity to sing in the Bengali film, Dadu (1972). However, he started making his place in Hindi films with the film Nanha Shikari (1973). He established himself in Bollywood with Thair Hussain's Hindi film, Zakhmi (1975), and made a mark as a playback singer. But Bappi Da's health again deteriorated a day after his discharge from the hospital. He was brought back to Criticare Hospital in critical condition. He took his last breath in the hospital at around 11:45 pm. Doctors tried a lot to save him but failed.

These Song Of Bappi Da Are Full Of Melody

Bappi Da had equal rights not only on disco and pop but also on Hindustani and classical. Listen to 'Mohe Kar Da Bida...sung by Mukesh in the movie 'Bazar Band Karo'. In this song of farewell, the painful feeling that Bappi Da has aroused from the shehnai breaks the heart. The 1974 film Ek Ladki Badnaam Si's Rahe Na Rahein Chahne...' has amazing orchestration. RD Burman was the magic of Bollywood in the 70s. Meanwhile, a 1975 film forced the entire industry to recognize Bappi Lahiri's talent. That movie was 'Zakhmi'.

Journey From Tabla To Golden Boy Of Bollywood

Bappi Lahiri was born on November 27, 1952, in New Jalpaiguri, West Bengal. His real name was Alokesh Lahiri. Alokesh got the atmosphere of music in the house since childhood and started playing tabla from the age of three. Famous singer Kishore Kumar was his mother's cousin, and thus music was ingrained in his veins. In this way, his early education in music took place at home, and at the age of 21, he gave music for the first time in the film 'Ninha Shikari (1973). His music in Zakhti (1975) is considered the turning point of this career.

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