- "A sad day for the world of music," Harshdeep Kaur tweeted
- He was the younger brother of singer Puranchand Wadali
- In Bollywood, their first film as singers was 2003's Pinjar
Saddened by the demise of Shri Pyarelal Wadali. His renditions attained great popularity globally. His work will continue to draw people towards the joys of Sufi music. May his soul rest in peace: PM @narendramodi— PMO India (@PMOIndia) March 9, 2018
Read what Daler Mehndi posted.
Punjab De Shahenshah singer #PyarelalWadali Ji who took the Punjabi literature and music to highest levels across the globe leaves this world today. May his soul RIP.— Daler Mehndi (@dalermehndi) March 9, 2018
What water is to fish #WadaliBrothers is to Punjab.#Respect#RIP#LegendarySufiSingerpic.twitter.com/6lUKXWBlwN
"A sad day for the world of music... can't believe the legendary #PyareLalWadali ji is no more. May God bless his soul.. His music will always remain alive," Harshdeep Kaur tweeted.
"Sad day for the music industry and music lovers!! #PyareLalWadali ji is no more with us.. may his soul rest in peace," tweeted singer Richa Sharma.
One of their famous song is Tu maane ya na maane dildara from the album Farid, which released in 2004. They are also credited for Bollywood songs like Aye Rangrez Mere (Tanu Weds Manu, 2011), Ik Tu Hi Tu Hi (Mausam) and Teri Dua (Hawaizaada).
Pyarelal Wadali is survived by wife, two sons and three daughters.
(With IANS inputs)