Gully Boy Rapper MC Tod’s Mother: He already had two heart attacks in last 4 months
The sudden death of rapper Dharmesh Parmar, aka MC Tod Fod, has shocked the country. In a recent interview, his mother revealed that her 24-year-old son died of a heart attack while on a business trip in Nasik.
She also revealed that he had two heart attacks in the previous four months, both of which necessitated surgery. Readers may recall that the rapper appeared in Ranveer Singh’s Gully Boy, singing the song India 91. He was also a member of the Swadesi Movement hip hop group. Dharmesh’s mother told Dainik Bhaskar that he had his first attack four months ago while on a trip to Ladakh with friends. It wasn’t until he had his second attack at home that his family learned about it. “He underwent heart surgery as well, but he never used to rest,” she said, visibly moved by the loss of her young son. He was obsessed with rap music and preferred it to his own life. My child has passed away, and I was powerless to save him.”
Dharmesh probably knew he wouldn’t be able to return home because he celebrated Rakhi before leaving for Nashik, according to his mother. “Perhaps he realised he wouldn’t be able to return home.” Just a day before Holi, he celebrated the Raksha Bandhan festival (when he left for Nasik). He is the younger of two sisters. I’m not sure what came to mind, but he celebrated Rakhi with his aunt’s daughters as well as his sisters.”
Dharmesh Parmar died on Sunday, but his death was not announced until two days later. Gully Boy actors Ranveer Singh and Siddhant Chaturvedi, as well as director Zoya Akhtar, expressed their grief following his death. Siddhant posted a screenshot of his conversation with the late rapper, in which they congratulated each other on their performances, while Ranveer shared a photo of the rapper on Instagram with a broken heart emoji. The Gehraiyaan actor wrote, “RIP bhai.” “You left us far too soon.” All I can say is that I’m grateful our paths crossed. Bantai, may you rest in peace,” Zoya wrote.
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