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Singer Nitin Bali passes away

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Singer Nitin Bali passed away on Tuesday after succumbing to his injuries in a road accident. He was 47.

a man wearing a hat © Provided by Screen Bali, 47, is survived by his television model-cum-actress wife Roma Bali and son Joshua. According to police, he was driving home to Malad from Borivali on Monday when he lost control over his vehicle and crashed into a road divider.

He was rushed to a hospital, given first aid and some stitches for facial injuries and allowed to go home. However, soon after reaching his house, he started vomiting blood and collapsed with dangerously low blood pressure and fluctuating heartbeat. He was rushed to a hospital again but he breathed his last early on Tuesday.

Bali had reportedly suffered deep trauma injuries in the road crash. Nitin Bali was known for lending his voice to revamped versions of songs like “Neele Neele Ambar Par,” “Chukar Mere Man Ko,” “Ek Ajanbee Haseena Se” and “Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas.” Nitin had made his debut in the music industry with the album Na Jaane in 1998.

In the late 1990s, he was married for three years to former actress and VJ with Channel V, Ruby Bhatia before they divorced.

(With inputs from IANS)

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