Mumbai: The popular singer of the 1990s Nitin Bali died on Tuesday following a car accident in Mumbai.

The 47-year-old singer was seriously injured after he met with an accident on Mumbai's SV road. Bali, on Monday, was driving home to Malad from Borival when he lost control and hit a road divider.

He was rushed to a hospital where he was treated for facial injuries and was later allowed to go home. However, after returning home he started vomiting blood and collapsed. It was reported that he had very low blood pressure and fluctuating heartbeats.

On Tuesday, he succumbed to his injuries. The doctors declared that he died of deep trauma injuries.

Bali’s funeral will be held on Wednesday, according to a SpotboyE report.

Police told Times of India that they were awaiting his medical reports to confirm that if he was driving under the influence of alcohol.

Bali, who worked both as a singer and a music director, shot to fame in the early 90s for his remix songs. His redux version of the song Neele Neele Ambar Par was a chartbuster.

Other popular songs are Chukar Mere Man Ko, Ek Ajnabee Haseena Se, Raat Kali Ek Khawab Mein Ayee and Pyar Manga Hai Tumhi Se.

Bali, who completed his graduation from the University of Mumbai, married actress and VJ Ruby Bhatia but divorced in 1999.

He is now survived by his second wife Roma Bali, who is a television model-cum-actress, and son Joshua.