Singer Bappi Lahiri, who was called the ‘Disco King’ of Bollywood, said goodbye to this world on 15 February. After this, on February 17, Bappi da merged with the Panchtatva at Pawan Hans crematorium in Vile Parle, Mumbai. It has been months since Bappi da passed away, but his fans still remember him. In such a situation, such a news has come out for his fans, which will definitely give some relief. Bappi Da’s fans will be able to see him on screen once again.
Bappi Lahiri’s picture goes viral
In fact, the second season of ‘Masaba Masaba’, one of the popular series of OTT platform Netflix, is ready to knock soon. This series is already in the news even before its release and in such a situation another big update has come about it. A picture related to this series has surfaced on social media, in which the late singer Bappi Lahiri is also seen along with Neena Gupta. This photo is becoming increasingly viral on social media.
cameo of bappi da
Bappi Lahiri will also have a cameo in ‘Masaba Masaba 2’ and the post has been done by Masaba. Masaba shared a picture on her Insta story, with which she wrote, ‘This season of the show has some very special cameos. But this cameo of Bappi Da will be the most memorable. Let us tell you that the second season of ‘Masaba Masaba’ will be released on OTT platform Netflix on July 29.
Neena will be seen with Ram Kapoor
Let us tell you that ‘Masaba Masaba Season 2’ directed by Sonam Nair and produced by Vineyard Films will also feature Neil Bhoopalam, Rytasha Rathore, Kusha Kapila, Karima Bairi, Barkha Singh and Armaan Khera. Remind that Kusha Kapila is in news these days about Comicstaan 3 of Amazon Prime Video. Apart from this, Neena Gupta will be seen sharing the screen with Ram Kapoor in the series.
Died of ‘obstructive sleep apnea’
Significantly, Bappi died due to ‘obstructive sleep apnea’. At the same time, remind that Bappi Lahiri sang superhit songs like ‘Raat Baaki Baat Baaki’, ‘Naino Mein Sapna’, ‘Yaar Bina Chain Kahan Re’, ‘Yaad Aa Rahi Hai’ and ‘Tamma Tamma’. In the 80s and 90s, he was known as the disco king. In 1985, Bappi Lahiri was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Music Director for composing the soundtrack for the film ‘Sharaabi’.