After being infected with Kovid-19, Bappi Lahiri has been admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in South Mumbai. On March 17, Bappi Lahiri had informed through social media that he had registered himself for the corona vaccine.
With the growing cases of Corona among people from all over the country as well as all the Bollywood personalities, now well-known musician Bappi Lahiri has been infected with the coronavirus. News has received information that Bappi Lahiri has been admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in South Mumbai after being infected with Kovid-19.
On March 17, Bappi Lahiri had informed through social media that he had registered himself for the corona vaccine. Describing the registration process as very simple, he also wrote that all those eligible in terms of age should register themselves for the vaccine and should get the vaccine done soon.
Her daughter Reema Lahiri, who was present at Breach Candy Hospital to look after her father Bappi Lahiri, said in a statement released to News from the hospital, "Despite being very vigilant, Bappi became infected with Da Corona but he was not allowed There are mild symptoms. Considering his age, he has been kept under the supervision of Dr. Udwadia at Breach Candy Hospital. He will soon recover and return home. Thank you for always keeping him in your prayers. "
It is noteworthy that 68-year-old Bappi Lehri had moved from Calcutta to Mumbai in 1971 at the age of 19. Soon he got the opportunity to compose the music of Shomu Mukherjee's film 'Nanha Shikari'. After this Bappi Lehri gave hit music in all films like 'Chalte Chalte', 'Wounded', 'Sharabi', 'Namak Halal', 'Dance Dance', 'Disco Dancer' 'Thanedar', 'Aankhen' and the world of music. I made a different identity in myself. Apart from performing music in hundreds of Hindi and Bangla films, he has also sung many songs, which include music composed by himself, as well as several hit songs for other composers.
Significantly, after joining politics in 2014, Bappi Lahiri had also contested the Lok Sabha election from Shrirampur in West Bengal as a candidate of Bharatiya Janata Party but lost to Trinamool Congress candidate.