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India mourns Bollywood Golden King Bappi Lahiri's death

Chefs to top cops offer condolences on social media to the undisputed Disco King

My Kolkata Web Desk | Published 16.02.22, 01:29 PM
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Legendary musician Bappi Lahiri’s sudden demise late on Tuesday night has left the entire country in shock. 

Tributes are pouring in from every nook and corner of the country.

Apart from politicians and people from the music industry, public personalities and institutions across the country have taken to social media to express their disbelief over the demise of the Disco King.

Kolkata police uploaded a photograph of Bappi Lahiri on Twitter and bid farewell to the evergreen singer and composer.

Kolkata airport wrote on their Twitter handle: “#KolkataAirport pays tributes to the legendary singer-composer Bappi Lahiri. We are deeply saddened by his sudden demise. His timeless melodies will stay with us forever. 
#BappiDa 
#BappiLahiri”

Metro Railway, Kolkata also took to Twitter to mourn the musician’s death.

Mumbai police Tweeted: “Bappi Da, Pyaar Kabhi Kam Nahin Hoga #KingOfHearts #MusicOfGold”

Hemant Nagrale, Commissioner of Police, Greater Mumbai, tweeted: “Rest In Peace, Bappi - Da Legend!
#KingOfHearts #MusicOfGold”

Former Indian team captain Virat Kohli tweeted: “A icon of the Indian music industry. Bappi Lahiri you will be missed. May you RIP 🙏🏻” 

Telegu superstar Chiranjeevi Konidela wrote on Twitter: “Rest in Peace Bappi da!  #BappiLahiri”

Chef and TV personality Kunal Kapur wrote on Facebook: “Another legendary singer gone too soon.
#bappilahiri #rip #artist #singer #bappida”

Telegu star Nithiin wrote on Facebook: "Shocked to hear about the untimely demise of the iconic music composer-singer #BappiLahiri Ji. His compositions and music will always be remembered.
My Deepest condolences to his family and loved ones."

Last updated on 16.02.22, 02:01 PM
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