Legendary ghazal singer Bhupinder Singh died on Monday as a result of suspected colon most cancers and COVID-19-related problems at a Mumbai hospital, his spouse Mitali Singh stated.
He was 82.
Singh was greatest recognized for songs reminiscent of ‘Duniya Chhute Yaar Na Chhute’ (“Dharam Kanta”), ‘Thodi Si Zameen Thoda Aasman’ (“Sitara”), which he sang with the late legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, ‘Dil Dhoondta Hai’ (“Mausam”), ‘Naam Gum Jayega’ (“Kinara”).
“He was admitted to the hospital eight to 10 days in the past as he had some an infection within the urine. After assessments had been carried out, he examined optimistic for COVID-19. He handed away at round 7.45 pm as a result of suspected colon most cancers and had COVID-19,” Mitali Singh, additionally a well known singer, advised PTI.
The couple has a son.
In his five-decade lengthy profession, the singer, born in Amritsar, Punjab, had labored with the most important names of the music trade reminiscent of Mohammed Rafi, R D Burman, Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle and Bappi Lahiri, amongst others.
The couple sang many standard songs, together with ‘Do Diwane Shahar Mein’, ‘Naam Gum Jayega’, ‘Kabhi Kisi Ko Mukammal’ and ‘Ek Akela is Shehar Mein’ amongst others.