COVID-19: Bollywood music composer Shravan Rathod of Nadeem-Shravan dies

Bollywood music composer Shravan Rathod of Nadeem-Shravan fame died on April 22 as a consequence of problems arising from COVID-19. He was 66.

Rathod was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai after he examined optimistic for the virus earlier this week. The composer was reportedly diabetic and developed coronary heart problems. His spouse and eldest son are additionally within the hospital battling the virus.

Chatting with Indian Specific, his youthful son Sanjeev Rathod confirmed the information of his father’s loss of life.

“He handed away tonight. He was not responding to therapy in any respect. He handed away on the hospital. Please pray for his soul,” stated Rathod. In keeping with experiences, the ‘Aashiqui’ hitmaker died round 10.15pm.

Shravan’s premature loss of life was met with shock and dismay from trade insiders.

Bollywood director Anil Sharma took to Twitter to specific his unhappiness.

“V v sad … Just came to know about the great music director #Shravan. He left all of us due to COVID. Very dear friend n colleague of mine. Worked with him in Maharaja. Always gave great melodies. He will remain in our hearts. RIP,” tweeted Sharma.

His colleagues together with Armaan Malik, Shreya Ghoshal and Adnan Sami additionally tweeted their collective shock.

“Rest in peace #Shravan Rathod sir. I can’t believe you are gone. It was just last month when I was sitting next to you at the Mirchi Music Awards event. Totally shattered. At a loss of words,” tweeted Malik.

Singer Ghoshal expressed her shock and dismay at Rathod’s demise.

Nadeem-Shravan have been a preferred music composer duo who created music for movies together with ‘Aashiqui’, ‘Saajan’, ‘Dil Hai Ki Maanta Nahin’ and ‘Raja Hindustani’. The duo cut up, however collaborated once more for David Dhawan’s Do Knot Disturb in 2009.


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