Sonu Nigam Hospitalised in Kathmandu for Acute Back Pain
Sonu Nigam is in Nepal for a concert and was taken to the hospital after he complained of immense back pain.
A file photo of Sonu Nigam.
Singer Sonu Nigam, who flew to Nepal for a concert in Bokhara, has been admitted to a hospital in Kathmandu after he complained of acute back pain. The singer is admitted at Norvic hospital, and doctors are conducting tests to decide the course of treatment.
"He is admitted in the VIP lounge of the hospital and is being diagnosed for acute back pain. MRI is done and we are waiting for reports which will clear the further way for his treatment," reports quoted RP Mainali, Deputy General Manager of Corporate Communication from the hospital, as saying.
Earlier this month, Sonu had been hospitalised for a sea-food allergy. He had shared pictures of him with a swollen face and an oxygen mask.
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Thanks for your concern and love. Now that you know that I am returning back from Jeypore Orissa after managing a concert last night, I now don't mind sharing how I was the day before yesterday. 😇 Lesson for all of us, Never ever ever ever take a chance with allergies. Sea food in my case. If Nanavati Hospital wasn't near by, my trachea would have swollen up further and lead to asphyxiation. Happy and Healthy life to everyone. #health #lifeisbeautiful #goodfortune
The singer was also in the news after the Pulwama terror attack for posting a sarcastic video, going on a rant against the 'secularists' in the country. In the one-and-a-half-minute video shared on his Facebook page, Sonu asked the citizens of the country why they were mourning the CRPF soldiers who were martyred in the attack.
“You guys should do what is appropriate by the accepted standards of this country. Do what the ‘secularists’ of the country are doing. Leave the act of mourning, over these events, on the RSS and BJP. Leave it to the nationalist organisations. You do what seculars do in the country,” he had said in the video.
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