SP Balasubrahmanyam, the divine voice that sang over 40,000 songs in 16 languages over the last 50 years, may have become silent, but its melody will continue to ring forever in the hearts of every music lover. And the Telugu film fraternity is devastated by the tragic loss of its beloved son.
Stars like Chiranjeevi, Venkatesh, Mahesh Babu, Ravi Teja, NTR, Ram Charan, Nithiin, Vishnu Manchu, Nikhil, Lakshmi Manchu, AR Rahman, DSP, Harris Jayraj, DSP and Thaman, director Trivikram and several other celebrities offered their condolences and thanked the legend for blessing them all with his magical melody over the years.
Heartbroken!! RIP SP Balu garu. pic.twitter.com/YTgZEBdvo9
— Chiranjeevi Konidela (@KChiruTweets) September 25, 2020
Extremely sad to hear the news of SP Balasubramaniam Garu’s passing. We have lost a legend today. I’ve had the privilege to work with him in some of my best movies like Prema and Pavitra Bandham. Your legacy will live on Sir!
My heartfelt condolences to the family. RIP🙏 #RIPSPB pic.twitter.com/NjjcdSg2l1
— Venkatesh Daggubati (@VenkyMama) September 25, 2020
Unable to process the fact that #SPBalasubramaniam garu is no more. Nothing will ever come close to that soulful voice of his. Rest in peace sir. Your legacy will live on. Heartfelt condolences and strength to the family 🙏
— Mahesh Babu (@urstrulyMahesh) September 25, 2020
Indian Music has lost its favourite son. Devastated! In a Legendary career spanning over five decades,Padma Bhushan S.P Balasubrahmanyam Garu has breathed life into over 40,000 songs. As long as music exists in this universe, you will live on sir 🙏🏻
— Jr NTR (@tarak9999) September 25, 2020
I am shocked to learn that our ever smiling SPB garu is no more. This loss to our fraternity is unimaginable. My deepest condolences to his entire family. pic.twitter.com/PJ4Wxk8uiA
— Ram Charan (@AlwaysRamCharan) September 25, 2020
Shri. S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Garu is an integral part of every Indian household. His voice and his contribution to music will always remain eternal. To the legend who gave us songs for every human emotion 🙏 Rest in peace sir. You will forever be missed. pic.twitter.com/CmUNe2JoRF
— Ravi Teja (@RaviTeja_offl) September 25, 2020
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