Nafisa Ali responded today to all the deceiving rumours about Lucky Ali’s death due to COVID-19 and proved them all wrong. She said he is completely fine and is at his farm in Bengaluru with his family.

On Tuesday evening, news of Lucky Ali’s death went viral and was among the list of hit trends on Twitter. The Twitter platform was flooded with condolences messages for Lucky Ali. “Miss you Lucky saab #luckyali,” a tweet read. “Oh no, this can’t be true! No way #luckyali,” a worried Twitter user wrote. “#RIP #luckyali  … he was one of a gem,” few tweet read. However, the news came out to be fake.

Amid the news spreading on twitter about Lucky Ali’s death, his close friend Nafisa Ali responded back to a user’s post and claimed that it is completely fake and Lucky Ali is fine and healthy and is not COVID-19 infected. She updated the singer’s health in her reply, she said that, “Lucky is totally well and we were chatting this afternoon. He is on his farm with his family. No Covid. In good health.”

The actress informed in a recent interview with economic times that, the singer is currently with his family at his farmhouse in Bengaluru. He is busy scheduling his virtual concerts. “I chatted with Lucky Ali 2-3 times today. He is absolutely 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, “, Nafisa told the website assuring about his health.

Lucky Ali, a famous pop star from the 90s, returned to the internet last year when a video of him singing for a group of people in a casual set-up went viral. He was singing one of his popular romantic numbers of all time, O Sanam.


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Expressing his views on the pandemic Lucky Ali last month, told a popular news website that, “It was something that almost felt like it was going to happen, with the way the world was moving. Something like that was expected, which would change the things and world. And it just happened to be just like that.”

Lucky Ali is the son of late evergreen vintage actor Mehmood. Apart from O Sanam, Lucky Ali has is the voice for many popular tracks such as Ek Pal Ka Jeena, Naa Tum Jaano Na Hum, Safarnama, Aa Bhi Jaa, etc.


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