Singer Mika Singh pays a tribute to deceased legendary Sufi Singer Ustad Pyarelal Wadali, who passed on Friday morning in Amritsar.
Ustad Pyarelal Wadali, younger brother of Ustad Puran Chand Wadali died in Amritsar on Friday morning. He was 75. He breathed his last at Fortis Escorts Hospital in Amritsar where he was admitted on Thursday.
Mika Singh took to his social media account and paid a tribute to the singer. He wrote, “Oh my God…The legend of Sufi music, Respected Pyaare Lal ji has left for his heavenly abode. He has left his memories with us… Parmatma Ina Di Atma nu Shanti deve…Sir you will be always in our hearts…”
Wadali Brothers, who hail from a village near Amritsar, are famous for their Punjabi Sufi music. The duo began performing at Harballah temple in Jalandhar. They are adept in various styles of singing including Kaafian, ghazal and bhajan.
Singer Daler Mehndi also tweeted about Sufi legend. He wrote, “Punjab De Shahenshah singer #PyarelalWadali Ji who took the Punjabi literature and music to highest levels across the globe leaves this world today. May his soul RIP. What water is to fish #WadaliBrothers is to Punjab. #Respect #RIP #LegendarySufiSinger”
The Wadali Brothers, famous for their Bollywood songs such as Aye Rangrez Mere and Ik Tu Hi Tu Hi, have carried on the legacy of famous saint poets such as Bulle Shah, Kabir, Amir Khusro and Surdas for years.