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Bappi Lahiri happens to be one of the finest music composers of the country. The 69-year-old music composer and singer breathed his last this morning in Criti Care Hospital in Mumbai. He has been suffering with health-related issues. Bappi Lahiri is named as the Disco King of India and he is born in Kolkata, West Bengal in 1952 in a family of traditional classical musicians. Bappi Lahiri started his career as a music director at the age of 19. Bappi Lahiri's father Aparesh Lahiri is a famous singer in Bengal. Bappi Lahiri started his career with a Bengali film Daadu in 1972.
His first Hindi film was Nanha Shikari in 1973. He is the recipient of the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award at the 63rd Filmfare Awards. Bappi Lahiri last worked for Bhaagi 3 in Hindi that released in 2020. He was seen offering his last condolences for legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar recently at her residence. Bappi Lahiri was tested positive for coronavirus last year and he recovered well. Bappi Lahiri was unwell from the past one month and was in hospital. He was discharged on Monday and his health condition deteriorated on Tuesday after which he was rushed to the hospital. again. The hospital authorities confirmed that he died due to Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Rest in peace Bappi Lahiri.