Nothing happened to the voice of Bappi Lahiri.



Alokesh Lahiri (27 November 1952 – 15 February 2022), better known by his stage name Bappi Lahiri, was an Indian musician, composer, politician, and record producer who rose to prominence in the 1970s. In Indian cinema, he helped to popularize the use of synthesized disco music, and he also sang some of his own compositions.

He had had huge box office success in Bengali films such as Amar Sangee, Asha O Bhalobasha, Aamar Tumi, Amar Prem, Mandira, Badnam, Raktelekha, Priya, and so on. He had also appeared in films such as Amar Sangee, Asha O Bhalobasha, Aamar Tumi, Amar Prem, and so on.



Wardat, Disco Dancer, Namak Halaal, Sharaabi, Naukar Biwi Ka, Naya Kadam, Masterji, Bewafai, Maqsad, Suraag, Insaaf Main Karoongaa, Dance Dance, Commando, Saaheb, Adhikar, and Aaj Ka M.L.A. Ram Avtar were among the films that he composed music for during the 1980s and 1990 Bappi Lahiri became a member of the BJP in 2014. After being named as BJP’s candidate from Sreerampur (Lok Sabha seat), he competed in the 2014 Indian general election, where he was unsuccessful.

What Happened to Bappi Lahiri Voice?

Nothing happened to the voice of Bappi Lahiri. Rumors have circulated that the artist, who died at the age of 69, has lost his singing voice after recovering from Covid-19. Bappi Lahiri has disputed these reports in his most recent blog entry. He said that he was “disappointed” after hearing the rumors, but that he is “doing fine.”

 

 

 

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