A man who danced as Amma Parvati died on stage due to heart attack in Jammu

Jammu: Death while dancing In the past few days, many such videos have gone viral on the internet. Earlier, a video surfaced of a man dying while dancing at a birthday party in Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly. Similarly, a person dancing in the guise of Hanuman dies in Mainpuri. One such case has come up in Jammu. Jagaron was organized in Bishne tehsil of Jammu. Meanwhile, a person named Yogesh Gupta was dancing in the role of mother Parvati. During the dance, the young man suddenly fell to the ground. He has been taken to doctors. Doctors say the death was due to a heart attack.

The complete video of the dance has gone viral on social media. Yogesh in the role of Parvati is also seen dancing to the tune of Om Namah Shivaay in the video. At first it feels dizzy. He even tried to get up. But people thought he was dancing. By then the song will end. Then people came closer and reported untoward incidents.

Such regular occurrences
Famous playback singer KK feels nervous while performing on stage in Kolkata on May 31, 2022. He suffers a heart attack at the hotel. Popular television actor Siddharth Shukla died of a heart attack last year. The number of such cases of sudden death of normally fit people is increasing.

Famous Malayalam singer Edwa Basheer collapsed on stage in May 2022. He was rushed to the hospital, but the doctors declared him dead. The video of Basheer falling from the stage went viral on social media.

In May itself, an IB officer died on the spot in Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana. He was conducting a security check on the occasion of the then Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu’s visit. The video of the incident went viral on social media.

In October 2021, an actor died on stage during a Ramlila stage in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh. Rajendra Kashyap, who played King Dasharatha, died on stage. People thought they were acting. When the curtain fell and there was no movement in the body, everyone understood the reality.

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