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 Tollywood mourns the death of beloved singer SPB

In his statement, actor Chiranjeevi said that it is the darkest day for the world of music

Published: 25th September 2020

Legendary singer SPB, who rendered more than 40,000 songs across 16 languages, passed away this afternoon. Film personalities who worked with the artist and who have tremendous respect for his work mourned his demise.

In a tweet, Venkatesh Daggubati expressed his grief over the singer’s passing. He remarked that he had the privilege to work with SPB in classic films like Prema and Pavitra Bandham.

In his statement, Chiranjeevi said that it is the darkest day for the world of music and recounted how SPB succeeded historic musician Ghantasala Venkateswararao and created his formidable body of work that transcended boundaries.

Nagarjuna shared in a tweet that he is overhwhelmed with memories of the moments he shared with SPB and recalled how the singer called him after watching his film Annamayya.

Actor Ravi Teja shared how SPB was an integral part of every Indian household and thanked him for giving us music that brimmed with deep human emotion.

Suresh Productions conveyed their condolences and grief in a tweet.

Several other stars, including Ram Charan, Nithiin, Nani, Varun Tej Konidela, Sai Dharam Tej, Naga Shourya, and Junior NTR bid farewell to the singer and conveyed their heartfelt condolences to his family.

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