Famous bhajan singer Narendra Chanchal passed away, said goodbye to the world at the age of 80.
Bhajan Emperor Narendra Chanchal (Narendra Chanchal), who ruled the hearts of people with hymns like 'Chalo Bulava Aaya Hai' or 'O Jungle Raja Meri Maiya Ko Leke Aaja', has died at the age of 80. Narendra was ill for a long time. He was undergoing treatment at Apollo Hospital in Delhi for the last three days. He breathed his last at around 12.15 pm this afternoon. He has also sung songs in Hindi films along with many famous hymns.
Bollywood and their fans are in mourning after the news of Narendra Chanchal's demise came to light. Narendra Chanchal, the name who gave a different direction to Mother's Jagrat. He not only made a name for himself in classical music but also won the hearts of people in folk music.
Narendra Chanchal heard his mother Kailashwati singing the hymns of Matarani from childhood. After listening to the hymns of the mother, she also got interested in music. Narendra Chanchal's first guru was his mother, after this, Chanchal learned music from Prem Trikha, then he started singing hymns.
His journey in Bollywood started with Raj Kapoor. In the film 'Bobby' he sang 'Of course Temple Mosque Break'. After this, he sang songs in many films, but he got recognition from his mother's hymn 'Chalo Bulava Aaya Hai' in the film 'Asha', which made him famous overnight.
Recently, Narendra Chanchal sang a song about Corona, which became quite viral. He had a special faith in Goddess Vaishno Devi. From 1944 onwards, he used to attend the annual Jagran held in the court of Mata Vaishno Devi, but this time it could not be possible with Corona