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Bollywood playback thespian Meena Kapoor, who crooned hits like “Rasiye Re Mann Basiya Re” and “Meri Jaan Sunday Ke Sunday”, upheld divided in a diminutive hours of Thursday during her Kolkata home.
While a accurate means of her genocide is not famous yet, we have schooled that a singer, who was late strain composer Anil Biswas’ second wife, had been paralysed for a final few years.
Confirming her passing to indianexpress.com was her step-daughter Shikha Vora, Anil Biswas’ child from his initial wife.
“I got a summary currently informing that she is no more. She died during 2.20 am this morning. We don’t know a reason though she was paralysed from a prolonged time. We hadn’t been in hold with her for a past few years, given a day she left for Kolkata. So, we did not keep any information about her whereabouts,” pronounced Shikha Vora.
Meena Kapoor’s initial available strain was for composer Ninu Mujumdar, though her initial expelled lane was for a film Aath Din (1946), whose strain was given by SD Burman.
In a subsequent year, she crooned a noted lane “Meri Jaan Sunday Ke Sunday” in Shehnai. The strain was stoical by C Ramchandra. Meena Kapoor met Anil Biswas while recording songs for Anokha Pyar in 1948. The dual tied a tangle in 1959.
Meena’s other hits enclosed “Kachchi Hai Umariya”, “Kuchh Aur Zamana Kehta Hai” and “Ab Laagi Naahi Chhote Rama”.