A well known television entertainer Siddhaanth Surryavanshi passed on from a heart attack while working out in an gym on Friday. The entertainer, a fitness lover, was taken to the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Medical clinic at 12.30 pm where he was pronounced dead.
Siddhaanth Surryavanshi is survived by his wife and two children. As indicated by Manohar Dalwande, Senior Controller, Oshiwara Police headquarters, an inadvertent demise report has been enlisted and the body will be sent for after death.
This is the second episode of an entertainer surrendering to a coronary failure in 90 days. On August 10, humorist Raju Srivastava was hospitalized after he imploded while working out. The 58-year-old, who was confessed to the All India Organization of Clinical Sciences in Delhi, kicked the bucket following 43 days.
Actor Jay Bhanushali posted a condolence note on his official Instagram account. He wrote “Gone too soon, RIP.” Actor Gautam Rode also tweeted, “Really shocked to have read about Siddhaanth Surryavanshi passing away. My condolences to friends and family. Om shanti.”
Actor Kishwer Trader likewise paid her sympathies, she wrote on Instagram “Kya bolu main… this is shocking, numbing and just too said!! Will never forget your loving hugs and warm smiles. RIP Anand prayers and strength to the family.”
India represents one-fifth of the all out passings happening from stroke, heart failure and coronary episodes, particularly in the more youthful populace. 40% of the people who experience a cardiovascular failure, or heart failure are beneath the age of 55. According to specialists, 10 years prior coronary episode cases in the more youthful populace contained 1-2% of the all out cases, however it has now leaped to 15-20%.
Krishnakumar Kunnath aka KK (53), Sidharth Shukla (40), Puneeth Rajkumar (46), Raj Kaushal (50), Rajeev Kapoor (58), Vivek (59) and Amit Mistry (47) are some of the other celebrities to have died in the past two months.
A Cardiologist said “In several cases, we have come across that person, typically young, fit and healthy having a heart attack or cardiac arrest during or after a workout. One must understand anything you overdue will harm in the long run.”