Bappi Lahiri, whose 10 songs made him the superstar musician of Bollywood!

Hindi film music has lost two such leading men in a row, who can never be repaid. After Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar, the famous Hindi film composer Bappi Lahiri also died on Tuesday night. He was 69 years old. He had health problems for a long time. He was undergoing treatment at the Criticare Hospital in Mumbai for about a month. However, despite all the efforts of the doctors, he could not be saved. According to the hospital, the cause of Bappi Lahiri’s death is a disease called obstructive sleep apnea. It is a serious sleep disorder that was fatal for the musician.

Previously, the veteran musician had also been under the control of Corona. Rumors of his death also arose. However, after treatment, he was saved. Bappi Lahiri ruled the musical field of Hindi cinema for more than two decades. Especially in the 80s and 90s, his songs had a different status among new age music lovers. He should be remembered for producing different types of music. Bappi Da’s music had once become a guarantee of success in Bollywood. Although hundreds of popular tunes from Bappi Da’s movies are still fervently listened to, some movies turned out to be milestones in his career. The songs of these films broke all the records of his time. Bappi Lahiri was not very active as a musician during the last few years.

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Bappi Lahiri is known for folk melodies.

Different tunes gave Bappi rock star status. She was also very fond of wearing gold ornaments. Aside from this music, it remained his special identity throughout his life. Bappi Da also sang many songs in his career. In the year 2011 he also sang ‘U La La U La…’ on The Dirty Picture after a long time, which stayed at the top of the chartbeats for several months.

In Bappi Lahiri’s career, as Armaan, Namak Halal, Drunken, The one who sjurs, Gift, Today’s Arjun, Naya Kadam, Aangan ki Kali, Disco Dancer, Hathcali, Master ji, Himmatwala, Justice Chaudhary, Purpose, Commando, Flood Known for composing famous songs in movies. Many of these movies are blockbusters in Bollywood history and the contribution of music to their success cannot be denied.

Let’s Know 10 Bappi Songs That Made Him A Superstar

1) I am a disco dancer

This song is from the movie Disco Dancer which was filmed at Mithun Chakraborty. Bappi Lahiri himself sang it.

2) De De Pyaar De Pyaar De

This song is from the movie Sharabi which was filmed in Amitabh Bachchan. It was sung by Kishore Kumar. The film also features a female version of the same song sung by Asha Bhosle. By the way, Sharabi was a musical success, the songs of which became popular.

3) Sleep in Nano

This song is from the movie Himmatwala which was filmed in Jitendra. It was sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. All the other Himmatwala songs were also huge hits.

4) Pag Ghungroo Bandh Meera Nachi Thi

This song is from the movie Namak Halal, performed in Amitabh Bachchan and sung by Kishore Kumar. Namak Halal Ka Rapt Jaaye, Jawaani Jaaneman and Little Jo Pee Hai were also big hits.

5) I have a life

This is a flood song. It was sung by Asha Bhosle and Amit Kumar.

6) Gutur Gutur

This is the song from the movie Dalal. It was sung by Kumar Sanu, Bappi Lahiri, Alka Yagnik, Ila Arun together. The song was a huge hit. Although there were accusations of obscenity regarding his lyrics.

7) Oh Red Scarf

This song from the movie Aankhe was a hit in its time. It was sung by Kumar Sanu, Sudesh Bhonsle, Kavita Krishnamurthy and Alka Yagnik.

8) Tamma Tamma Loge

This song from the movie Thanedar which was filmed in Sanjay Dutt. It was sung by Bappi Lahiri himself along with Anuradha Paudwal.

9) on the go

This is the song from the movie Chalte Chalte which was sung by Kishore Kumar. The sad version of this song with Kishore’s voice in the movie also became very popular.

10) Age of glass

This song was sung by Kishore Kumar and performed in Mithun Chakraborty from the movie Prem Pratigya.

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