Bhajan Emperor Narendra Chanchal has died at the Apollo Hospital in Delhi. He was 80 years old. Narendra Chanchal was ill for the last three months and was undergoing treatment. According to the hospital administration, he breathed his last at around 12.30 pm on Friday. Singer Narendra Chanchal had a clotting brain. Narendra Chanchal leaves behind two sons and a daughter.
He has also sung songs in Hindi films along with many famous hymns. He not only earned his name in classical music but also won the hearts of people in folk music.
Narendra Chanchal heard his mother Kailashvati singing the hymns of Matarani from childhood. For this reason, his interest also increased in singing. Because of his mischievous nature and fickleness, his teachers used to call him 'playful'. Later on, Narendra added the playful forever with his name.
He sang the song 'Of course Mandir Masjid Todo' in Raj Kapoor's film Bobby. This song still lives on people's tongues. Narendra got recognition in the movie 'Avatar', sung by Mata's hymn 'Chalo Bulava Aaya Hai' which made him famous overnight. He had a big name all over North India including Delhi-NCR.
His fans are paying tribute to him on social media. Punjabi Daler Mehndi as well as actors associated with the Mumbai film industry have also mourned his death.