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Bollywood mourns the death of Bappi Lahiri, dubbed the ‘Disco King.’

Bappi Lahiri, dubbed the “King of Bollywood disco,” died in Mumbai, India, on Friday night. At the time of his death, the late singer had OSA (obstructive sleep apnea) and a lot of chest infections, which made it hard for him to sleep.

His death shocked India, because just a few days before, Bollywood stars were mourning the death of a well-known singer called Lata Mangeshkar.

Madhur Bhandarkar and Sujoy Ghosh are among the people who pay their respects to the late singer.

Kumar articulated his sorrow. He said on Twitter, “Today, the music business lost another treasure. Your voice, Bappi Da, inspired millions, including me, to dance. We would want to express our gratitude for the joy you have given to our lives via your music. I offer the family my sincere sympathies. “Om Shanti

“Yaar Bina Chain Kanhan Re RIP KING,” Bollywood Diva Kareena Kapoor Khan captioned an Instagram storey.

I wish you joy wherever you go, Bappi da, since that is what you gave the world through your music and your existence. She wrote on Instagram: “Love always, Bidda (as you’d so endearingly call me),” Vidya Balan said.

He is most known for his chart-topping songs and his obsession with gold. He wrote the music for a lot of popular Bollywood movies, like Disco Dancer, Himmatwala, Sharaabi, and Satyamev Jayate, which are all very good movies.

Raveena Tandon said on Twitter, “Grew up listening to your music, Bappi Da; you had your unique flair and a perpetual smile.” Your song will continue to be heard in perpetuity. “

Ajay Devgan also expressed his condolences in a tweet, writing, “Bappi Da was extremely adorable in person.” His music, on the other hand, has a certain edge. Chalte Chalte, Suraksha, and Disco Dancer all brought a more current approach to Hindi cinema music. “We shall miss you, Dada.”

They were some of the celebrities who used social media to send their condolences after his death. Neena Gupta, Shilpa Shetty, Sidharth Malhotra, Nimrat Kaur, and Madhur Bhandarkar were some of them, too.

The vocalist of Tune Maari Entriyaan will be laid to rest on February 17 as his family awaits the homecoming of his son from Los Angeles.

For us, this is a very sad time. At midnight, our dear Bappi Da departed for the heavenly home. The cremation will take place upon Bappa’s mid-morning arrival from Los Angeles tomorrow. We are praying for his soul’s welfare and blessings. His family released a statement.

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