Musician Shravan dies due to corona epidemic, fans expressed grief

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-22 00:21:40 IST

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Music composer Shravan has passed away. He has died due to Corona. This is very bad news for the music world. Many Bollywood artists have expressed grief and sorrow over Shravan's death.

Musician Shravan has died due to corona epidemic. He was hit by corona virus a few days ago and had to be hospitalized. Now film critic Komal Nahata has given information on social media that musician Shravan has Komal Nahata has written, 'Music composer Shravan has passed away due to Corona. It is a very bad news for the music world.' Many Bollywood artists have expressed grief and sorrow over Shravan's death. People are also paying him emotional tributes on social media. 

Shravan was known to be a good musician. He gave music in many films. His songs were well liked. Shravan Rathod was admitted to the hospital in Mumbai in a critical condition. He was tested positive for corona virus. He passed away at the age of 66. His son Sanjeev Rathod had confirmed the father to have corona virus. Sanjeev Rathod also told that Shravan was admitted to SL Raheja Hospital.

Nadeem-Shravan duo have given music for many superhit films in the 90s. These include films like 'Aashiqui', Shah Rukh Khan's 'Pardes', 'Sajan' and 'Raja Hindustani'. After this Nadeem-Shravan pair broke in 2000. Both of them had once again composed songs for David Dhawan's film 'Do Not Disturb'.

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