Tum Hi Ho (Aashiqui 2, 2013) fame globally renowned bollywood singer Arijit Singh’s mother passes away due to COVID 19 in Kolkata.
This is indeed a really saddening and hardest time ever for the ace bollywood playback singer and his fandom as Arijit Singh’s mother passes away due to COVID 19 in Kolkata.
This is true as according to a leading indian TV news channel’s reports, in morning at around 11 am his mother breathed her last and unfortunately the versatile singer Arijit Singh’s mother passes away due to COVID 19 in Kolkata.
After testing COVID positive, she was undergoing a treatment in Kolkata hospital where she breathed in her last as she was also reportedly on the ECMO from past few days and then her condition also started deteriorating badly.
We are praying earnestly for her soul to rest in peace. But even till now, there has been no official confirmation about the death and nor any official statement has been released by Arijit Singh or his family and it is being cited that he was really very close to his mother.
Also, when news of his mother getting hospitalised had made its way hitting the internet headlines, film maker Srijit Mukherji taking to his official social media account on microblogging site Twitter had tweeted, “I want this negative donor for singer Arijit Singh’s mother in Dhakuria Amri tomorrow. Enthusiastic blood donors can contact Nitasha on…”.
Later even late bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s Dil Bechara (2020) co-star Swastika Mukherjee taking to her official social media handle on the globally loved microblogging platform Twitter had tweeted, “Need A- blood for singer Arijit Singh’s mother, admitted in Amri Dhakuria. Need it today. Pls contact @swatihihihi with verified MALE DONORS”.
Soon after, we saw many A lister bollywood celebrities and actors joining in this league who also asked for help on his behalf and also sent in their wishes for speedy recovery of his mother.
Post all of this, thanking everyone of them for their unconditional support in his facebook post which read, “It is my humble request to those who are trying to help me at this hour, Please Do not overdo things just because you see a name called Arijit Singh Until we learn to respect each individual, We are not going to elevate ourselves from this disaster. I am thankful to people who reached out and helped but please remember we are all human beings. Every individual is priority”.