Popular singer B Praak and his wife Meera have suffered a huge loss of losing their second child. The couple was supposed to welcome their second child but unfortunately, their baby could not survive. According to the Teri Mitti singer, their newborn baby passed away at birth, and the duo is devastated by suffering this unexpected demise of their little one. B Praak shared this heartbreaking news on social media with a statement.

The statement reads, "With deepest pain we have to announce that our new born baby has passed away at the time of birth. It is the most painful phase we going through as parents. We would like to thank all the doctors and the staff for their endless efforts and support. We are all devastated at this loss and we request you all to give us our privacy at this time." B Praak and his wife Meera Bachan got married in April 2019, and they welcomed their first child in 2020.


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As soon as B Praak shared this news, many artists came forward and shared their condolence with him. Actress Neha Dhupia wrote, "This news is just heartbreaking… my thoughts and prayers and strength to both of you and the family." Singer Neeti Mohan added, "Prayers for you guys." Karan Johar asserted, "My thoughts and prayers are with both of you." Mika Singh also grieved at the loss saying, "Waheguru."

B Praak is known for singing popular songs, Teri Mitti, Filhaal, Mann Bharrya, and Kuch Bhi Ho Jaaye. B Praak won the coveted title of the Best Male Playback Singer for his song Teri Mitti last year at the 67th National Film Awards. Winning the award, the singer said, "It has been a year full of things to be grateful for. But of all the highlights, this award shines brightest. I am so overwhelmed. It's a surreal moment for me and I feel so blessed that we as a team created a song that resonated with a nation in such a strong way. Today will always remain a precious day in my career. Every artist wants to be valued and there cannot be a greater honor than the National Award".