Acclaimed Assamese musician Zubeen Garg has been admitted to a Dibrugarh private hospital after suffering a minor head injury. Zubeen tripped in the washroom of a resort in Dibrugarh, as per the reports. While his pulse rate are steady, experts have performed a CT scan to diagnose his condition. According to medical reports, the singer suffered a seizure after having an epileptic fit. Five stitches were placed on Zubeen's head.
Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, has also promised to help the artist by providing for an air ambulance to take him elsewhere for additional care, if necessary. Zubeen would receive every help from the deputy commissioner of Dibrugarh, according to guidelines. Keshab Mahanta, the health minister, is also keeping a tight eye on the news.
“The singer is currently stable and not in danger”, says the doctors.
Bollywood, Bengali, and Assamese films all have music by the well-known playback singer. One of his most well-known songs is Ya Ali, which appeared in the 2006 Bollywood film Gangster, and another is Dil Tu Hi Bataa, which appeared in Krrish 3 with Hrithik Roshan. 2008 saw Zubeen Garg break through in the film industry in addition to his musical talent.
Movies like Mon Mane Na, Love Story, Chirodini Tumi Je Amar, and Golmaal all featured him as a leading man. Zubeen reportedly announced that he has 32,000 songs written and would shortly get in touch with Guinness World Records.
Dhol, drums, guitar, harmonium, mandolin, and piano are among the several instruments that Zubeen Garg performs.
Assamese singer and music composer Zubeen Garg hospitalised in Dibrugarh
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