Bollywood musician Shravan Rathore died of coronavirus

Popular Bollywood musician Shravan Rathore popular -composer died on Thursday of coronavirus related complications.

Popularly known as Nadeem-Sharavan, the duo musicians gave many hits in Bollywood films during the ’90s and ’00s, including Aashiqui, Saajan, Raja Hindustani and Pardes.

Nadeem told a leading daily, “My Shanu is no more. We have seen an entire life together. We saw our highs, we saw our lows. We’ve grown up with each other in many ways. We never lost touch and no physical distance could ever separate the two of us.”

Together, Nadeem and Shravan delivered several musical hits. This included music for hit films like Deewana, Dhadkan, Raaz, Raja, Saajan, Sirf Tum, Sadak and Dilwale. After officially splitting in mid 2000s, the duo reunited in 2009 to compose for David Dhawan’s “Do Knot Disturb”. However, they only worked together on “Sanam Teri Kasam”.