The news agency PTI said that a well-known doctor said that the veteran Odia and Bengali singer Nirmala Mishra died early on Sunday morning at her apartment after having a huge heart attack. Mishra was known for what she did in both English and Hindi.
Nirmala Mishra, who was 81 and won the Balakrushna Das Award, has been dealing with diseases that come with getting older for a long time.
A doctor who spoke to PTI said, “She had a massive heart attack at 12:05 a.m. and was taken to the nearby nursing hospital, where she was pronounced dead.”
Nirmala Mishra was born in 1938 in the part of West Bengal called South 24 Parganas. She won the Sangeet Sudhakar Balakrushna Das Award, which was given to her because of all the good things she has done for Odia music over the years. West Bengal is listed as Mishra’s place of birth.
Her Bengali songs include “Eamon Ekta Jhinuk,” “Bolo to Arshi,” and “Eai Banglar Mati Te.”
“Mo Mana Beena Ra Taare” and “Nida Bhara Raati Madhu Jhara Janha” are two of the most popular and well-known songs in the Odia language.
Mamata Banerjee, who is the Chief Minister of the state of West Bengal, has expressed her sadness over the death of the well-known singer.
It was said that the singer’s body would be taken to Rabindra Sadan at around 11 a.m. so that her fans and supporters could pay their last respects.