Pyarelal Wadali passes away of cardiac arrest: the Wadali Brothers

Ustad Pyarelal Wadali, the renowned Sufi singer and the younger of the famous duo Wadali Brothers, died due to cardiac arrest on Friday. The news spread like wings of fire and was known throughout all social channels where fans and music lovers took to Twitter and other social media sharing platforms to share their tributes, the favorite songs of the duo are being listed once again embarking the classic history and the golden contribution to the entertainment industry.

Pyarelal Wadali, the younger of the remarkable Sufi singer Wadali Brothers took his last breath at Amritsar’s Fortis Escorts Hospital on Friday 9th of March, 2018. At the age of 75, the renowned singer, who won the hearts of music lovers not only in India but around the diversified parts of the world, with his voice died due to cardiac arrest and left the mass in mourn with the glimpse of their melodious memories.

The Wadali Brothers, a moment

Comprising of Puranchand and Pyarelal Wadali, the  Wadali Brothers – hailed from a village near Amritsar have been famous for their Punjabi Sufi music in its own class. They started as bhajan singers in the initial days of their singing journey, later on they were embarked as the significant niche in the Bollywood with some of the blockbuster songs such as Aye Rangrez Mere (Tanu Weds Manu, 2011) & Ik Tu Hi Tu Hi(Mausam, 2011) as well as their most famous listed song Tu Maane Ya Na Maane, which they went on to sing as part of Coke Studio, among many others created a set of blazing trend across the entertainment platform.