Shravan was on ventilator for the last few days
Shravan Rathod of the iconic composer duo Nadeem-Shravan has died after battling Covid-19 at a Mumbai hospital at the age of 66.
The news of Shravan Rathod's death was confirmed by his son Sanjeev Rathod on Thursday, reports NDTV.
After testing positive for Covid-19, Shravan Rathod was admitted to Mumbai's SL Raheja Hospital on Monday in a reportedly critical condition.
Shravan had also developed heart complications and was on ventilator for the last few days.
Soon after his death on Thursday, condolence messages from celebrities across the music industry, fondly remembering Shravan Rathod, flooded Twitter, the report added.
One of the most prolific composers of the 90s and early 2000s, Nadeem Shravan got their big break with Aashiqui (1990), reports the Indian Express.
The Mahesh Bhatt film put the duo on the map as they went on to compose for hits such as Saajan, Sadak and Phool Aur Kaante the next year. Albums such as Deewana, Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke, Raja, Agni Sakshi, Jeet, Pardes and Raja Hindustani followed.
The duo parted ways in 2005 after which Shravan was largely missing from the music scene.