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Lucky Ali has no Covid and is totally well, says Nafisa Ali amid rumours of singer’s death

Nafisa Ali took to Twitter to quash rumours around Lucky Ali's death. The veteran actress wrote that the singer has not been diagnosed with Covid-19.

UPDATED: May 5, 2021 14:10 IST

Amid rumours of Lucky Ali’s death due to Covid-19, veteran actress Nafisa Ali took to Twitter to clarify that the singer is in good health. Lucky is currently in his Bengaluru farmhouse with his family. Nafisa wrote that she talked to Lucky on Tuesday afternoon, May 4, and he was fine. Twitter was flooded with condolence messages after a fake report of Lucky’s death floated around Tuesday evening.

WHAT DID NAFISA ALI WRITE?

Commenting on one of the condolence tweets for Lucky Ali, Nafisa Ali wrote late Tuesday night, “Lucky is totally well and we were chatting this afternoon. He is on his farm with his family. No Covid. In good health (sic).”

Speaking to a leading daily, Nafisa Ali said that Lucky Ali has not been diagnosed with Covid-19 and he is doing well in Bengaluru with his family. She said, “I chatted with Lucky Ali two-three times today. He is fine. He does not have Covid-19. In fact, he has antibodies. He is busy planning his music and concerts. We were talking about virtual concerts happening and all such things. He is on his farm in Bengaluru and his family is there with him. I just spoke to him, everybody is fine.”

LUCKY ALI’S NEW SONG WITH ISRAELI MUSICIAN

Recently, Lucky Ali released his multi-lingual single Amaraya in collaboration with Israeli musician Eliezer Botzer. This was their second collaboration. Earlier, they came up with the first track On My Way Home, from their album Lemalla in November 2019. Coming post the pandemic lockdown, Amaraya – meaning mirror or reflection in Arabic, is a song about hope, unity and connection. Released on March 31, the track is recorded in Urdu, Hindi, Hebrew and Arabic and shot at Lucky Ali’s farm in Bengaluru and some locales in Goa.

Watch Lucky Ali and Eliezer Botzer’s Amartya here

Lucky Ali, a pop star in the 90s, returned to the limelight last year when a video of him singing his popular song O Sanam for a group of people in a non-formal set-up, went viral. The video reminded people of the good old days of the 90s as they shared it on social media and revisited the original a number of times.

Sourcehttps://www.indiatoday.in/movies/celebrities/story/lucky-ali-has-no-covid-and-is-totally-well-says-nafisa-ali-amid-rumours-of-singer-s-death-1798961-2021-05-05

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