According to the well-known singer Mithali Singh, her husband was admitted to hospital after a urinary tract infection, where he tested positive for COVID-19. The singer said Singh was hospitalized eight to ten days ago when he had some form of urinary tract infection.
Mumbai Ghazal singer Bhupinder Singh, known for songs like ‘Naam Gum Jayega’, ‘Dil dhoonta hai’, died Monday at a Mumbai hospital on suspicion of colon cancer and complications related to COVID-19. His wife Mithali Singh provided this information. He turned 82 years old. In a career that spans five decades, the singer has appeared in films such as “Duniya chute yaar na chhute” (“Dharma Kanta”), “Thodi Si Zameen Thoda Aasam” (“Star”), “Dil Dhunkhta Hai” ( “Mausam”) “).), ‘Naam Gum Jayega’ (” Kinara “) with the late singer Lata Mangeshkar.
According to the well-known singer Mithali Singh, her husband was admitted to hospital after a urinary tract infection, where he tested positive for COVID-19. The singer said: “Singh was admitted to hospital eight to ten days ago when he had a form of urinary tract infection. After examination, it turned out that he was infected with Kovid-19. He died around 7.45pm due to suspicion of colon cancer , he had Kovid-19.
The singer was born in Amritsar and is survived by his Indo-Bangladeshi wife and a son. Maharashtra’s Prime Minister Eknath Shinde expressed grief over the passing of the famous singer, saying: “At the passing of Bhupinder Singh, we have lost an artist whose voice made many ghazals immortal and unforgettable. His songs will resonate in the audience’s heads.
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