No, I didn’t die in a car ac­ci­dent: In­deep Bak­shi

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Laugh­ing off ru­mours that he died in a re­cent car ac­ci­dent, singer In­deep Bak­shi (right) says he’s “ab­so­lutely fine”.

The news of his death went vi­ral af­ter a clip of a car crash resur­faced on so­cial me­dia. The lux­ury car, which fea­tured in the video, had the same colour and ve­hi­cle num­ber as that of In­deep’s BMW. In­deep ex­plained, “I was clue­less about the news. It was mid­night when I got a call from one of my team mem­bers. I was sleep­ing at the time. My team mem­ber also got scared when he saw that news. He thought it was true be­cause in the clip was also a black BMW just like mine. It even had the same num­ber.”

In­deep, who is known for hits such as Satur­day Satur­day and Kala Chashma, said the news had dis­turbed ev­ery­one in his fam­ily, and for a sec­ond they even thought that he was no more.

“It was fake news. Ev­ery­one in my fam­ily got up­set. My mother was cry­ing like any­thing. They were all tensed.”

It was fake news. Ev­ery­one in my fam­ily got up­set. My mother was cry­ing like any­thing IN­DEEP BAK­SHI, SINGER

PHOTO: RAA­JESSH KASHYAP/HT

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