Composer Shravan Rathod succumbs to covid-19; Akshay Kumar, Manoj Bajpayee and other B-Town celebs express grief | Hindi Movie News

Shravan Rathod, the popular music composer duo Nadeem-Shravan, scummed to covid-19 on April 22 in Mumbai. Ever since the news of his death broke, several music composers and actors pored heartfelt condolences on social media.

Akshay Kumar wrote, “Very sad to know about the passing of music composer Shravan. Nadeem-Shravan created magic for many films in the 90s and later, including Dhadkan that has remained legendary in my career. Deepest Condolences to his family.”

Shreya Ghosal wrote, “Shocked to hear the news of Shravan Ji (of Nadeem Shravan) passing away. A genuine, humble human being and one of the biggest composers of our music industry. Another huge loss in this pandemic. God give strength to the bereaved family. Rest in peace.”

A.R. Rahman wrote, “Our Music community and your fans will miss you immensely #ShravanRathod ji Rest in peace 🌺Respect and Prayers🌹.”

Armaan Malik wrote, “Rest in peace #ShravanRathod sir… I can’t believe you’re 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. my sincere condolences to his entire family 🙏🏻.”

Manoj Bajyapee, too expressed grief and wrote, “Sad very sad !! May his soul rest in peace.”

Director Anil Sharma also consoled Sharvan’s demise.

Anil Sharma

Meanwhile, a few days ago, Shravan was admitted to Raheja Hospital in Mahim, and he was extremely critical after testing positive for COVID-19. The music maestro was on a ventilator for 48 hours. The news of Shravan’s death was confirmed by his musical partner and composer Nadeem Saifi. Shravan’s older son and wife have been tested positive for COVID-19; his younger son Darshan will be at the crematorium.

Shravan ruled the music arena in the ’90s, and some of his hit songs giving chartbuster soundtracks in films like ‘Aashiqui’ (1990), ‘Saajan’ (1991), Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Pardes’ and ‘Raja Hindustani’ to name a few.

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