Kajol and her mom Tanuja paid their final respects to legendary singer-composer Bappi Lahiri at his residence in Mumbai on Wednesday. The singer-composer handed away on Tuesday evening. A video of Kajol and Tanuja as they reached Lahiri’s house goes viral on the social media platforms.
Kajol, earlier than getting into Bappi Lahiri’s home, was seen visibly irritated by the media current there. As Kajol was fastidiously strolling Tanuja in the direction of Bappi Lahiri’s home, paparazzi was seen crowding the 2. An upset Kajol screamed on the media to again away. In the remark part of the video, followers and followers of the actor commented on how media was not sustaining social distancing and following any Covid-19 security norms.
Many additionally mourned the lack of Bappi Lahiri. “The unexpected loss of disco king,” a remark learn, whereas one other remark learn, “Bollywood ko kisiki nazar lag gayi hai”. Bappi Lahiri’s dying comes a number of days after legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar’s dying.
Kajol was additionally accompanied by cousin Sharbani Mukherjee. As quickly as she heard the information of Bappi Lahiri’s passing away, the actor took to her social media platforms to pay tribute. Calling him a “beautiful and happy soul,” Kajol stated his dying is an “end of an era.”
“Today we lost the disco king, Bappi Da you were not only an amazing music composer and singer but also a beautiful and happy soul. End of an Era. May your soul rest in peace,” she wrote alongside along with his photograph.
Bappi Lahiri handed away on Tuesday on the age of 69 in Mumbai. He was ailing for a while and died at CritiCare Hospital in Juhu, Mumbai, because of obstructive sleep apnea.
An official assertion was launched by the late composer’s household introduced that his funeral will happen on Thursday. The assertion learn, “It’s a deeply sad moment for us. The cremation will take on the arrival of Bappa (his son) from Los Angeles tomorrow mid morning. We are seeking love and blessings for his soul. We will keep you updated.”
Bappi Lahiri is survived by his spouse Chitrani Lahiri, Gobind Bansal, youngsters Bappa Lahiri and Rema Lahiri.