SP Balasubrahmanyam, the famous 90s movie singer, has passed away. In the last 24 hours, his health had worsened, and he had been put on the life support system. After that, he died at 1.45 p.m. on September 25, 2020. SP Balasubramanian was found to have a positive corona on August 5 last month.
He was admitted to a private hospital in Chennai, and his health worsened on August 13, following which he was placed on a ventilator. However, on September 7, SP Balasubrahmanyam’s report came negative, which his son, SP Charan, had provided via a video.
SP Charan said that My Father report is negative, but that he is currently on the ventilator. SP Subramaniam was named Salman Khan’s voice, but he performed many of Salman Khan’s hit songs, including hit numbers like Pehla Pehla Pyar Hai, Aaja Sham Hone Aayi, Mere Rang Rang Rang Dil Deewana, Saathiya Tune Kya Kiya.
On September 24, when Salman Khan learned the news of Balasubraman’s critical condition, he prayed for his recovery soon. Salman Khan tweeted, too. It was written in it, Balasubrahmanyam sir, that I will give you full strength and blessings from the depths of my heart to get well soon.
Thank you so much for having a beautiful song that you sang for me. Your heart is a mad hero who loves you, sir. Not just this, actor Kamal Haasan also went to the hospital at night on September 4 to take stock of his fitness.
SP Balasubramaniam sang more than 40 thousand songs in 16 languages. Padma Shri was awarded in 2001 and Padma Bhushan in 2011. He first sang songs for the 1981 Hindi film Ek Duje Ke Liye.
He was also named the Best Male Playback Singer for this film at the National Filmfare Prize. 1979 Unhone began to sing for Salman Khan and became his voice. He sang songs for Salman Khan for the first time in the movie Maine Pyar Kiya.