Music composer Shravan Rathod of Nadeem-Shravan fame, who tested positive for COVID-19, died on Thursday (April 22) after suffering a heart attack. He was admitted to SL Raheja Hospital in Mumbai in critical condition. He left for his heavenly abode after a heart attack and multiple organ failure. 10 pm in the hospital.
Shravan Rathod’s son Sanjeev Rathore, who could not control his tears, confirmed his father’s death while talking to ABP News over the phone. “Dad breathed his last after a heart attack a few minutes ago. Many of his limbs stopped functioning,” he said.
Shravan’s condition was deteriorating continuously for the last three days. ABP News received information that doctors started dialysis from Monday night as hearing loss was declining and their kidneys were not functioning properly.
Talking to ABP News on Wednesday, a close friend of Shravan Rathore gave an update about his health. “Apart from lung and heart related diseases, he is also facing kidney problems. The doctors decided to start his dialysis on Tuesday due to his problems. The doctors said that the next 72 hours would prove to be very important for the health of the hearing, ”he told us.
Shravan Rathod and his musical partner Nadeem Akhtar Saifi gave many hit songs in the 90s. He composed music for several numbers, which emerged as chartbusters. The duo composed music for films like ‘Aashiqui’, ‘Saajan’, ‘Phool Aur Kaante’, ‘Raja Hindustani’, ‘Sadak’, ‘Dil Ka Rishta’, ‘Kasur’, ‘Raj’ to name a few. Was. . The music creators started their career with the hit Bhojpuri film ‘Dangal’ in the 70s.