Punjabi Singer Balwinder Safri Dies At 63

New Delhi [India]: Veteran Punjabi singer Balwinder Safri passed away on Tuesday. He was 63.

Confirming the information about Safri’s dying, Punjabi singer Guru Randhawa took to Instagram and wrote, “We will cherish your music and contribution to Punjabi music forever sir. Rest in peace. Alvida sir Balwinder Safri.”


Reportedly, the ‘Tu Hoor Sonhiye’ singer was admitted to the New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton, UK in April 2022 thanks to coronary heart troubles. After triple bypass surgeries, the singer went into coma after dealing with mental harm. After spending 86 days in the hospital, Safri become discharged and became on the road to healing but couldn’t continue to exist and exceeded away on July 26.

After gaining knowledge about the unlucky news, numerous artists from the Punjabi music industry paid their heartfelt condolences on social media.

Legendary singer Gurdaas Maan shared a picture of the late singer and wrote, “Safri Saab” followed by joined-hand emoticons.

Singer Jassie Gill shared a video on his Instagram story which features Gill, Babbal Rai along with the late singer Balwinder Safri. He captioned the video, “Eh Mulakaat Hmesha yaad rahugi. Waheguru apne charna vch niwas bandhan.”

After the sudden demise of actor Deep Sidhu and singer Sidhu Moose Wala, Balwinder Safri’s loss of life is every other large loss to the Punjabi leisure industry.

Known because the Bhangra superstar, Balwinder Safri become a UK-primarily based Punjabi singer and become regarded for his popular tracks like ‘O chan mere makhna’, ‘Pao Bhangra’, ‘Gal Sun Kuriye’, ‘Nachdinu’and plenty of greater.

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