Famous music composer duo, Shravan Rathore of Nadeem-Shravan, has died on April 22 from Coronavirus. He was 66 years old. According to the report of The Indian Express, he was admitted to SL Raheja Hospital in Mumbai a few days ago after coming to Covid test positive. He also had some cardiac complications and was on a ventilator for the last few days.
His partner, Nadeem, told the Bombay Times, “We have seen life together. We have seen success, we have seen gum. We grew up together. We have never been apart from each other and no physical distance can separate us. . I feel very sad to say that my friend, for so many years, my partner is no longer there. “
The film world paid tribute
The whole of Bollywood is mourning the death of Shravan Rathore. Actor Akshay Kumar tweeted, “Sad to hear the news of music composer Shravan’s demise. The Nadeem-Shravan duo gave memorable music in many films from the 90s, including ‘Dhadak’. My condolences to his family. “
Veteran music composer AR Rahman also expressed condolences, writing, “Our music community and your friends will miss you very much. Always honor and prayers.”
Music composer Pritam also paid tribute to Shravan Rathore.
Adnan Sami, Vishal Bhardwaj Samate Many faces of the film world remembered the contribution of Shravan Rathore.
The pair of Nadeem and Shravan got a big break from the 1990 film ‘Aashiqui’. This film of Mahesh Bhatt brought him fame overnight. The music of the film is one of the most hit albums of the decade. Apart from this, the pair also gave music for films like ‘Saajan’, ‘Sadak’, ‘Phool Aur Kaante’.
In the films ‘Deewana’, ‘Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke’, ‘Pardes’ and ‘Raja Hindustani’, the music of this addition was also well appreciated.