Balwinder Safri death news: Balwinder Safri, a legendary Bhangra singer passed away at the age of 63. The singer had been suffering from a prolonged disease.
On April 20, 2022, Balwinder was brought to the hospital due to heart problems. He had a planned triple cardiac bypass surgery but due to difficulties, he underwent another surgery. Balwinder ultimately developed brain damage and was in a coma. He was released from the hospital earlier in July 2022 and continued his recovery at a rehab center.
Balwinder Safri, a Birmingham resident, was brought to New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton on April 20 due to heart issues.
Balwinder Safri health deteriorated
Safri underwent a second operation when a triple bypass procedure went wrong, which put him into a coma. The singer's family was informed after a CT scan that he had brain damage and it may go worse.
Sadly, it has been reported that he died after being re-admitted to the hospital.
The news of singer Balwinder Safri's death has left his fans in shock, and likewise, a lot of people have been extending condolences on social media.
Who was Balwinder Safri?
After establishing the Safri Boyz Band in 1990, the Punjab-born musician was quite active in the UK's bhangra scene since 1980.
Safri is popularly known for his hit songs like "Ambran Tu Ayi Hui Hoor Sohniye," "Paar Langa De," and "Putt Sardaran De," among many more.