Bappi Lahiri is known for his songs as well as his gold ornaments. As a guest judge in many reality shows, he encouraged the contestants by making his presence felt.
Bappi Lahiri’s childhood photo is going viral
Legendary musician and famous singer Bappi Lahiri ,Bappi Lahiri) died on Tuesday at the age of 69. This February month has snatched two big stars of the Indian music industry from them. Famous singer on February 6 Lata Mangeshkar ,Lata Mangeshkar) took off from this world. Now after ‘Lata Didi’, the legend musician of the entertainment industry ‘Bappi Da’ has passed away. On this occasion, the first picture of these two together is becoming very viral on social media. In this photo, little Bappi Lahiri is taken by Lata Mangeshkar in her lap. In an earlier interview, disco dancer composer Bappi Lahiri reminisced his old memories with Lata Mangeshkar.
Remembering Lata Mangeshkar, Bappi Lahiri said that when he was very young, Lata Mangeshkar used to come to his house. He has always supported them. During this, Bappi Lahiri also said that Lata Mangeshkar had helped her a lot in her career.
Lata Mangeshkar visited Bappi Lahiri’s Kolkata house as a child
In a 2012 interview with ETimes, Bappi Da had said, “When I was 4 years old, in the Eden Garden area of Kolkata where we lived. During that time Lataji came to our house and she blessed me. I still have a picture of me sitting on his lap. He sang many Bengali songs for my father (Aparesh Lahiri), who was a well-known musician from Kolkata. Since then he has supported me. He also sang in my first project, a Bengali film ‘Dadu’. Had he not sung the song for me, I might not have been so successful.
His songs have become famous since the beginning.
He added, “My first big Bollywood hit score was Aamir Khan’s father Tahir Hussain’s film ‘Zakhmi’. In it, Lata ji sang two songs ‘Abhi Bhi Dumnami’ and ‘Aao Tujhe Chand Pe Le Jaoon’. Both these songs became huge hits. Asha-kishore’s couple song ‘Jalta Hai Jiya Mera Bheegi-Bheegi Raaton Mein’ was also in that film, that too became very famous. People still hum these songs today. Truly my journey started with these songs.” Bappi Lahiri breathed his last at Criti Care Hospital in Juhu, Mumbai on Tuesday night. His funeral will be held on the coming Thursday.