On March 20, rapper Dharmesh Parmar, better known by his stage name MC Tod Fod, died at the age of 24. Ranveer Singh, Zoya Akhtar, and Siddhant Chaturvedi took to social media earlier today to express their sorrow at the death of the Gully Boy rapper. For the Ranveer Singh and Siddhant Chaturvedi-starrer Gully Boy, MC Tod Fod sang the song India 91, which was produced by Zoya Akhtar. A close friend of the rapper has now revealed that he died of a stroke.
According to a source close to MC Tod Fod (Dharmesh Parmar), he had a stroke. “He had other health difficulties as well,” his friend added, “but he died on Sunday due to a stroke.” His death was finally discovered this morning, March 22nd.
Ranveer uploaded a photo of MC Tod Fod on his Instagram Story, along with a sad heart emoticon. Siddhant also shared a photo of MC Tod Fod, as well as a copy of their discussion. “RIP bhai,” he wrote.
Gully Boy was directed by Zoya Akhtar and is based on the life of Indian street rappers Divine and Naezy. It was a coming-of-age drama about an aspiring street rapper from Mumbai’s Dharavi slums (played by Ranveer Singh). In the film, Siddhant Chaturvedi played his guru, MC Sher. In addition to Alia Bhatt, Kalki Koechlin, Vijay Varma, Amruta Subhash, and Vijay Raaz, the film included Alia Bhatt, Kalki Koechlin, Vijay Varma, Amruta Subhash, and Vijay Raaz.
Tod Fod was a part of the Swadesi hip-hop ensemble from Mumbai. Divine, Naezy, Sez on the Beat, Rishi Rich, Dub Sharma, Jasleen Royal, Ace, Ishq Bector, MC Altaf, 100 RBH, Maharya, Noxious D, and Viveick Rajagopalan were among the 54 artists who contributed to Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy’s 18-song soundtrack. At the domestic box office, Gully Boy grossed roughly 146 crore rupees.