Indian singer and musician Lucky Ali stirred rumors on May 4 when Twitter saw a series of messages about his infection with COVID-19 and his succumbing to the virus.
But his good friend Nafisa Ali took to Twitter to crush those rumors by announcing that he is healthy and free of COVID-19.
“Lucky is totally fine and we were chatting this afternoon. He is on his farm with his family. No covid. She wrote,” In good health.
According to reports, Nafisa is in constant contact with her friend who is at his home on a farm in Bengaluru.
“I spoke with Lucky Ali two or three times today. He’s fine. He doesn’t have COVID-19. Actually, he has antibodies. He’s busy planning his music and concerts. We were talking about virtual parties happening and all these things. He’s on his farm in Bengaluru and his family.” There he is with him .. “I just talked to him, everyone is fine,” Nafisa said.
Ali recently released his multi-lingual single “Amaraya” (meaning “reflection in Arabic”) in collaboration with Israeli musician Eliezer Butzer in languages including Urdu, Hindi, Hebrew and Arabic. The video for the song was filmed on Ali’s farm in Bengaluru and Goa.
Ali was the preeminent pop singer in the 1990s and is known for his hit songs like “O Sanam”. Recently, interest in him was renewed when a video of him singing the same song to his close friends went viral, prompting fans to demand his return to singing seriously.