- Nafisa Ali snatched the rumor of Lucky Ali’s death
- Nafisa informed everyone that she is with her family in Bengaluru
- Rumors of Lucky Ali’s death were trending on Twitter
New Delhi: If you have been watching the news of singer Lucky Ali’s death on Twitter last night, it is not wrong, it is fake. On Tuesday, Lucky Ali’s close friend Nafisa Ali confirmed the rumors of her death on a micro-blogging platform that she was OK and Kovid was not positive. Sharing the singer’s health update, he wrote, “Lucky is healthy and we were chatting this afternoon. He is on his farm with his family. No covid. He is in good health.” Nafisa responded to a Twitter user who expressed grief for Lucky Ali on the platform. The user’s tweet reads, “He will always be remembered for his unique humming voice #Lakaliali #Kovid.”
See Nafisa Ali’s tweet here:
Lucky as a whole and we were chatting this afternoon. He is on his farm with his family. No covid. In good health.
– Nafisa Ali Sodhi (fnafisaaliindia) May 4, 2021
Nafisa also spoke to the Economic Times about Lucky Ali’s health in which she confirmed that she is alive. The actress informed that the singer is currently staying with her family at her farmhouse in Bengaluru. He is busy planning his virtual concert.
Confirming his health, he told the website, “I chatted with Lucky Ali 2-3 times today. He’s fine. He doesn’t have covid. In fact he has antibodies. He’s busy planning his music and concert. “We were. Talking about virtual concerts and all that. He’s on his farm in Bengaluru and his family is with him. I just talked to him, everyone is fine.”
On Tuesday evening, news of Lucky Ali’s death went viral and he is included in the list of top trends on Twitter. The micro-blogging platform was flooded with messages for Lucky Ali. “Miss You Lucky Saab #Lakyali,” read a tweet. “Oh no, this can’t be true! There’s no way #Lakyali,” wrote a worried Twitter user. Another tweet read, “#RIP #luckyali .. it was a gem.” However, the news turned out to be fake.
In December 2020, a video went viral on social media, in which we saw Lucky Ali singing endlessly in a gig in Goa. In the video, the 62-year-old singer, surrounded by his fans, can be seen singing his popular 90s song. O Sanam And playing the guitar. Nafisa Ali, a close friend of Lucky Ali at the time, shared the clip on her Instagram handle. He wrote, “Alive and prompt at Lucky Ali Armball. Garden of F Dreams.”
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Months later, Nafisa informed everyone that Lucky Ali was composing and recording a song for her. In March this year, the actress posted a picture of Lucky Ali on Instagram and wrote, “I am very happy that my friend Lucky Ali is producing, composing and recording a song especially for me. Lucky’s voice that touches the heart. Good luck and good luck to us. Thanks to director and producer Arjun Nirula for agreeing to make this a music video. We wish you all the best (please) for posting and harmonizing the emotional music of our legendary ‘Ali’. ”
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Lucky Ali frequently features on Nafisa Ali’s Instagram handle. Check out some of his posts here:
In November 2020, Lucky Ali posted a video of himself singing an unplugged version. O Sanam. His video went viral on social media at the time.
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Lucky Ali is the son of the late P te actor Mehmood. Except O Sanam, Lucky Ali has sung many popular tracks A pal ka jina, Na tum jaano na hum, Travelogue, Go this too Others Jaane kya dhundta hai Among others.