Veteran singer Rohana Jalil passes away


PETALING JAYA: Veteran singer Rohana Jalil has passed away at the Chancellor Tuanku Muhriz Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Hospital at about 11.33pm on Tuesday (June 20), reports mStar.

She was 68.

The death of Rohana was confirmed by fellow artiste Zur Eda, who told mStar that she passed away with her family present.

Prior to this, Rohana had been warded at the same hospital since April 18 for treatment for an intestinal perforation.

Rohana, who is also known as Dara Abdul Jalil, is most known for her stunning performance in the 1981 Bintang RTM competition.

She then went on to create almost 20 albums throughout her career. Her famous hit "Naluri Cinta" skyrocketed her popularity.

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