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Tamil playback singer Bamba Bakya passes away at 49Tamil playback singer Bamba Bakya passes away at 49

Tamil playback singer Bamba Bakya passes away at 49 had rendered several hit songs including the opening lines of the recently released ‘Ponni Nadhi’ from Mani Ratnam’s upcoming magnum opus Ponniyin Selvan. Before singing film songs, Bamba Bakya was known for rendering devotional numbers. 

While his official name was Bhakkiyaraj, the singer was known in the Tamil music industry as Bamba Baka. Bamba Bakya reportedly said in interviews that when he sang for the film 2.0, music composer AR Rahman asked him to sing like South African singer Bamba and that the prefix stuck. According to reports, Bamba Bakya was hospitalized after he complained of chest pain and later passed away on Thursday night.

History of Bamba Bakya

The history of Bamba Bakya is a long and interesting one. The city was founded over two thousand years ago by a group of settlers from the nearby city of Kwa-mali. The settlers were looking for a new place to live and work, and they found the perfect spot in Bamba Bakya.

The city quickly became a thriving center of trade and commerce, and its population grew rapidly. Over the centuries, Bamba Bakya has been ruled by a number of different governments, including the British, the Portuguese, and the French. Each of these governments has left its mark on the city, and today Bamba Bakya is a unique blend of cultures and traditions.

The city is also home to a number of important historical sites, including the Bamba Bakya Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from the city’s long history. If you’re interested in learning more about the history of Bamba Bakya, there’s no better place to start than the Bamba Bakya Museum.


Popular Tamil playback singer Bamba Bakya passed away at the age of 49 after a prolonged illness. He was admitted to a hospital in Chennai on December 5 and was undergoing treatment in the ICU. He was undergoing treatment for a liver ailment. Bakya was in the Tamil film industry from the 1990s and has sung a number of chartbusters, MD said. He is survived by his wife, a son, and a daughter.

Bamba Bakya, a Tamil playback singer, has passed away at 49. Bamba Bakya was suffering from a heart ailment and was admitted to a hospital in Chennai. Doctors had said that he suffered a massive heart attack. The singer was admitted to the hospital and was undergoing treatment. 

Tamil playback singer Bamba Bakya passed away today at 49. Bakya is best known for his song “Virumbukiren” from Karthik Subbaraj’s critically acclaimed gangster film Pizza (2015). Bakya has also sung “Kannukkul Kannai” in Kaakha Kaakha (2003) and “Nenjamellam Nenjamellam” from Anjali Menon’s Bangalore Days (2014). Bakya was also part of the music composition for the film Goli Soda 2 (2018). Bakya was part of a live performance in the popular reality show Airtel Super Singer. Bakya’s death was announced by his wife over social media. He is survived by his wife and two sons.


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