Edava Basheer, a singer, died after collapsing while performing at a concert. Let’s see how did he die, what happened, and what was Edava Basheer Cause of Death.
How did Edava Basheer die?
Edava Basheer, a seasoned playback singer, died at the age of 78, in a tragic turn of events. He collapsed on stage while performing live during a concert. According to many sources, the incident occurred at 9.30 p.m. at the Camelot Convention Centre’s Megastar Music Night, and he was rushed to a local hospital.
His life, unfortunately, could not be saved. Edava Basheer was a special guest at the music night. As per Mathrubhumi, Edava Basheer fainted shortly after singing his rendition of Mano Hei Tum, originally sung by Yesudas. The event was canceled after the unfortunate tragedy, according to the organizers.
Edava Basheer Cause of Death
Edava Basheer, a 78-year-old film playback vocalist, has died. After collapsing during a music concert, Basheer was transported to the hospital, but his life could not be saved. He passed out while singing during the Blue Diamonds Orchestra’s Golden Jubilee festivities in Alappuzha.
Basheer was transported to a neighboring private hospital by Pathirappally police, but he died soon after. During the live performance, Basheer felt a sudden chest ache and fainted on the stage at the finish. The specific reason for his death is unknown at this time. The burial arrangements for the veteran vocalist are still unknown.
Edava Basheer Early Life and Career
Basheer was born in the Thiruvananthapuram region of Kerala, in the village of Edava. His father was Abdul Aziz. He attended Edava till the eighth grade. His family thereafter relocated to Kollam, and he attended Christuraj School in Pattathanam until standard ten. Swathi Thirunal Music Academy awarded him Gana Bhushanam in 1972.
‘Vennavayikkumen viralthumpile…’ was Basheer’s debut film song, which he sang alongside S Janaki in 1978 under the music direction of AT Ummer. The song ‘Azhithiramalakal Azhakinte Malakal…’ was a hit at the time, sung with Vani Jayaram in the film ‘Mukuvane Snehicha Bhootham’ under the music direction of KJ Joy. He continued to be offered film roles, but he turned them down since he couldn’t stay away from music events. He founded the Kollam Sangeethalaya for concerts five decades ago.
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