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Indian Religious Singer Narendra Chanchal dies at the age of 80

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Legendary Indian Religious singer, Narendra Chanchal has died.

He died around 12:15 pm at Apollo Hospital in Delhi. He was sick for the last 3 months and was undergoing treatment.

Nearly at the age of 80 years old, Narendra had a better place not only in Punjab but also in North India because of his bhajan singing talent.

There was a different craze in Punjab and North India to invite him to Jafart during those days.

People used to get inflamed to get a glimpse of him.

Born in Mamak Mandi, Amritsar in 1940, Narendra Chanchal sang for the first time in Hindi film back in 1973, after the ‘course’ temple mosque brak in ‘Bobby’ Main Anam Ho Gaya from Anam movie was sue-duper.

Recently, Chanchal sang a song about corona which went viral.

From 1994 onwards he has been attending the annual Jagran held in the court on New Year’s Eve.

After years of struggle, Chanchal sang a Bollywood song Beshak Mandir Masjid for the 1973 film Bobby and won Filmfare Best Male Playback Award.

He also earned honorary citizenship of the US state of Georgia.

Chanchal has released an autobiography called Midnight Singer which narrates his life, struggles and hardships leading to achievements.

He visits Katra Vaishno Devi every year on December 29 and performs on the last day of the year.

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