Australian-born Punjabi singer Nirvair Singh, known for his number ‘Tere Bina’ from the album ‘Meri Vaari’, has died in a road accident in Australia.
According to media reports, Singh was driving with full control in his lane on Bulla-Diggers rest road on Tuesday afternoon around 3.30 pm. Later, during the investigation, it was noted that a speeding car that lost control collided with a jeep, which overturned in the singer’s lane. The shock was so strong that the singer died on the spot.
Police said Nirvair Singh was in the wrong place at the wrong time when he was tragically killed in a horrific three-vehicle crash in northwest Melbourne on Tuesday, DailyMail.co.uk reports.
It was alleged that a car was seen driving erratically in the area before colliding with two vehicles at Diggers’ Rest. A man and a woman were arrested at the scene and are in police custody at the hospital. No charges have been filed.
Singh’s death has shaken Melbourne’s Indian community and loved ones in Kurali. She moved to Australia 9 years ago to make a better life and pursue her amazing singing career. The friends who were shocked by his death have once again expressed their grief.
Singh shot to fame with the song ‘Tere Bina’ from the album ‘Meri Vaari’. Other hits include ‘Darda Ae Dil’, ‘Je Rusgi’, ‘Ferrari Dream’ and ‘Hick Thok Ke’, a 2018 pairing with Gurlez Akhtar.
Other Punjabi singers including Gagan Sandhu Kokri, who worked on the ‘Meri Vaari’ album, have also paid tribute.
Your song was the best song from our Meri Wari album, from which we all started our careers. You were a very good person and your passing was a shock to everyone in Melbourne. RIP bro, posted.