Mumbai: (Web Desk) After the death of the late Indian musician Bapi Lahri, various things attributed to his life are coming to light, the most notable of which is not to come to Pakistan. Referring to the late musician’s 2013 interview, Indian media wrote that “Bipi Lahri was from Bangladesh, yet he never went to Pakistan.”
After the death of the late musician of India, Bapi Lahri, various things attributed to his life are coming to light, among which is not to mention Pakistan. Referring to the late musician’s 2013 interview, Indian media wrote that “Bipi Lahri was from Bangladesh, yet he never went to Pakistan.” Indian News Agency claims that Bapi Lahri had said 8 years ago that his father refused to go to Pakistan and also stopped the musician from going. Despite being friends in Pakistan, he preferred his father’s words and wished. Despite never coming to Pakistan. Bapi Da’s father was one of the famous musicians, he often advised people and his fans not to go to Pakistan and admitted that in spite of everything he did not go to Pakistan and did not intend to go. Bapi Lahri was a big name in the Indian music industry and one of the most influential figures in the world of Indian film music. He is also known as the pioneer of Bollywood discos of the 80’s and 90’s. Bipi Lahri has given many super hit songs in his career including songs from the movie “Disco Dancer” and “Namak Halal”. Apart from Hindi, he also rendered invaluable services to Bengali cinema. Bipi Lehri also sang many of his own compositions, including the super hit song “Koi Yahan Nache Nache” from the movie “Disco Dancer” and the song “Pyaar Bana China Kahan” from the movie “Sahib”. ۔ Apart from his music, Bapi Da was also known for wearing heavy gold chains and sunglasses.