Urdu Poet Rahat Indori, Undergoing COVID Treatment, Dies Of Heart Attack

Satlaj Indori, the poet’s son, mentioned, his father handed away after struggling a coronary heart assault (File)


Well-known Urdu poet Rahat Indori, who was being handled for COVID-19, died of a coronary heart assault at Indore’s Aurobindo Hospital on Tuesday, his son Satlaj Indori mentioned. He was 70.

The poet had been admitted to the hospital on Tuesday morning after he examined optimistic for the illness.

“He was admitted for coronavirus remedy however handed away after struggling a coronary heart assault,” Satlaj Indori informed PTI.

Within the morning, the lyricist-poet tweeted about his confirmed COVID-19 report and mentioned he’ll maintain everybody up to date by means of social media.

“After preliminary signs of COVID-19, my corona check was completed yesterday which got here out optimistic. Pray that I defeat this illness as quickly as potential,” Indori mentioned in his final submit.

With a 50-year profession in poetry, Rahat Indori was identified for the lyrics of songs like “M Bole to” from Munnabhai MBBS (2003), and “Neend Churai Mei” from Ishq (1997).

Earlier this 12 months, his poem “Bulati hai magar jane ka nahi” went viral on social media, rendering him a sensation among the many youth.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here