'Wadali Brothers' Pyarelal Wadali dies of cardiac arrest
Pyarelal Wadali, one of the singers of legendary Sufi set Wadali Brothers, passed away on Friday after cardiac arrest
Pyarelal Wadali, one of the singers of legendary Sufi set Wadali Brothers, passed away here on Friday after cardiac arrest. He was the younger brother of Ustad Puran Chand Wadali.
The Wadali Brothers, adept in various styles of singing including Kaafian, ghazal and bhajan, had their first musical performance outside their village in Harballabh Temple in Jalandhar.
They entered Bollywood in 2003 and are famous for their songs such as Aye Rangrez Mere ('Tanu Weds Manu') and Ik Tu Hi Tu Hi ('Mausam').
Acclaimed singers from the industry took to Twitter to mourn the loss:
Punjab De Shahenshah singer #PyarelalWadali Ji who took the Punjabi literature and music to highest levels across the globe leaves this world today. May his soul RIP.— Daler Mehndi (@dalermehndi) March 9, 2018
What water is to fish #WadaliBrothers is to Punjab.#Respect #RIP #LegendarySufiSinger pic.twitter.com/6lUKXWBlwN
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