On Thursday, December 1, 2022, in the early hours of the day, well-known Bollywood singer Jubin Nautiyal met with an accident. According to the report, he sustained injuries after tumbling down the stairway. After suffering a fractured elbow, head injury, and a shattered rib, he was immediately sent to a hospital in Mumbai for treatment. The news of the accident of Jubin Nautiyal, the star singer of the Indian music industry, is very shocking. Because of some severe injuries, Jubin, who has been in the headlines for his recent hit songs such as “Tu Saamne Aaye,” “Manike,” and “Bana Sharabi,” among others, will have surgery on his right arm. Doctors have advised that he avoid using his right arm for the time being.
Accident of Jubin Nautiyal after His Recent Release
Right before the accident of Jubin Nautiyal, The song “Tu Saamne Aaye” was just released. Jubin was in the limelight and getting raving reviews for this song. In the past, he was seen participating in the launch ceremony for this song. It has been reported that the accident of Jubin Nautiyal happened right after this event.
A Self-Made Star of the Music Industry
Jubin Nautiyal is a well-known name in the Indian music industry. He has sung many songs like Rata Lambiya, Loot Gaye, Hamanwa, Tum Hi Aana, Bewafa Tera Masoom Zindagi, Kuch To Bata Zindagi, and Dekhte Dekhte. Most of his songs have been hits. He has a huge fan following because of his songs and looks. Since 2014, the 33-year-old vocalist has been working in the Hindi film industry. A few days ago, his newest song, “Bana Sharabi,” from the film starring Vicky Kaushal, ‘Govinda Naam Mera’ was availed. Other chart-topping singles that he has been credited for include “The Humma Song” (from Ok Jaanu), “Tujhe Kitna Chahein Aur” (from Kabir Singh), “Shukriya” (from Sadak 2), and “Saath Hum Rahein” (from Drishyam 2), amongst others.
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