Indian composer and singer Bappi Lahiri, known from the film "Disco Dancer," died the night of Wednesday, at a hospital in Mumbai. Lahiri was 69 years old, the Press Trust of India reported.
Lahiri was admitted to the hospital with a chest infection and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in January of this year. On Monday the composer was discharged, but soon his health condition worsened and he was hospitalized urgently.
He was in a very critical condition, and the doctors tried to resuscitate him, but he eventually passed away around 11:40-23:45 p.m. Tuesday night, Dr. Deepak Namjoshi said.
He was the author of music for such popular Soviet films as Disco Dancer (1982), Dance, Dance (1987, also known as Disco Dancer - 2 in the USSR), Commando (1988), Love, Love, Love (1989) and many others. He co-wrote such hits as Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy, Aaja and Goron Ki Na Kalon Ki.
16:12, August 9Rita Ora and Taika Waititi get secretly married
15:12, August 9Ezra Miller accused of burglary
13:12, August 9Pete Davidson sees psychologist because of Kanye West's attacks
12:12, August 9Jo Malone releases line of fragrances for hotels
11:12, August 9Ashton Kutcher has rare autoimmune disorder
10:12, August 9Lars von Trier diagnosed with Parkinson's disease
18:01, August 8Kanye West dedicates obituary to Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson's breakup
17:12, August 8Meghan Markle fears Prince Harry will want to move to UK
13:38, August 8Hollywood star Jessica Chastain visits Kyiv and meets Zelenskiy
12:09, August 8Beyoncé's new album becomes best-selling album in UK
11:12, August 8Fidel Castro's daughter approves of James Franco playing her father in ‘Alina Of Cuba’
10:32, August 8Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst gets married for 4th time