Gully Boy rapper Dharmesh Parmar, MC Tod Fod, dies at 24
Dharmesh Parmar, also known as MC Tod Fod, was a rapper who died at the age of 24. He sang India 91 in the Gully Boy film starring Ranveer Singh and Siddhant Chaturvedi. His death was mourned by the two actors.
MC Tod Fod, a member of the Mumbai-based hip-hop collective Swadesi Movement, was one of over 50 rappers who contributed to Zoya Akhtar’s film. It is unknown what caused his death.
On Instagram, Ranveer posted a photo of the rapper with a broken heart emoji. Meanwhile, Siddhant shared a screenshot of a conversation he had with the late rapper, in which the two congratulate each other on their accomplishments. The Gehraiyaan actor wrote, “RIP bhai.”
“It was with this night that @todfod_ performed his last ever gig at Swadesi Mela,” Swadesi Movement wrote on their official channel, referring to the Gujarati rapper’s performance. You had to be there to feel his excitement and love for performing live music. You will never be forgotten; your music will always live on.” “Kabhi sochu kahi chale jane ki dur,” they added. Mashoor, koi thikane bas jau jo na ho jyada mashoor, koi thikane bas jau jo na ho jyada mashoor Mann ko bhaye wo me karu, jaha le jati rahe, TodFod: “Aise Jeena rehna kiya mene yahi se shuru.”Zoya Akhtar directed Gully Boy, which was based on the lives of street rappers Divine and Naezy. Ranveer played a slum rapper who finds his way into the music industry. In addition to Alia Bhatt, Kalki Koechlin, Vijay Varma, Amruta Subhash, and Vijay Raaz, the film featured Alia Bhatt, Kalki Koechlin, Vijay Varma, Amruta Subhash, and Vijay Raaz.
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