In an Australian car crash, Punjabi singer Nirvair Singh died

In an Australian car crash, Punjabi singer Nirvair Singh died
In an Australian car crash, Punjabi singer Nirvair Singh died

Nirvair Singh, a Punjabi singer, died in a horrific car accident in Melbourne, Australia, according to media reports.

Nirvair Singh was in the wrong place at the wrong time when he tragically died in a three-vehicle crash in Melbourne’s north-west on Tuesday, according to UK reports.

In the Diggers Rest area, a car is alleged to have been driven erratically before it hit two vehicles.

An August 30 afternoon fatal collision in Diggers Rest led to a man being charged by Victoria Police’s Major Collision Investigation Unit.

Nearly 9 years ago, Nirvair moved to Australia to pursue a career in music.

It shocked everyone when the singer suddenly passed away.

An online note in Punjabi was written by one of the singer’s close friends.

“NIRVAIR bro, I just heard this,” the post reads. Taxi also drove together, we sang together for the first time in the same album. I know that you were busy with work every time I accomplished something in life. I get your phone and last call again Singing was started, your song without you was our best song on our album MY TURN from which we all began our careers. RIP Veer.” You were such an amazing person and your departure stunned the entire MELBOURNE community.

‘Tere Bina’ is one of Nirvair’s hit songs from the album ‘My Turn’.

Among his other credits are ‘Darda a Dil’, ‘Je Russgi’, ‘Ferrari Dream’, ‘Hikk Thok Ke’, and others.

A minor injury was reported to have been sustained by the driver of the third car involved in the collision.

Police have placed a Wallan man under police guard in hospital and a Sunbury woman under police guard in hospital. An investigation into the cause of the crash is ongoing by the police.