Music industry’s disco king Bappi Lahiri is no more, fans are in mourning, said – I am missing… your love

Famous singer and composer Bappi Lahiri has passed away. He breathed his last at the age of 69 in a hospital in Mumbai. He had been ill for a long time. He had many health related problems.

Bappi Da said goodbye to the world at the age of 69

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At the age of 69, the country’s famous singer and music composer Bappi Lahiri said goodbye to the world. The fans are badly broken after the news of his death. At the same time, the cine world has also suffered a deep shock. Because within a month the industry lost two great personalities. Earlier, Legendary Singer Bharat Ratna ‘Swar Kokila’ Lata Mangeshkar had passed away. Let us tell you that Bappi da used to live his life in a different style, which his fans liked very much. But since his departure, his fans have been deeply shocked. #BappiLahiri and #RIPBappiDa are top trending on Twitter. All the fans of Bappi Da present in the country and the world are constantly paying tribute to him in their own style through social media.

It is being told that Bappi Lahiri breathed his last at around 11 pm on Tuesday night in a hospital in Mumbai. He had been ill for a long time. Last year he was found to be Kovid positive, but recovered after a few days. But his health was not good for the last two months. There has been a wave of mourning in the country due to the death of Bappi Da. Everyone is missing him. On social media, people are paying tribute to Bappi Da in their own style.

Fans are paying tribute to Bappi Da in this style

Bappi Da was called ‘Disco King’ in the music industry. His real name is Alokesh Lahiri. He was a singer as well as a composer, politician and record producer. Bappi Lahiri brought disco music to Indian cinema with a different style. He had hit tracks in films like Disco Dancer, Vardat, Namak Halal, Sharabi, Commando, which are still famous today.

Bappi Lahiri Passed Away: At the age of 69, Bappi Lahiri said goodbye to the world, wave of mourning in Bollywood