Indian Idol singer Renu Nagar, who is in ICU in Alwar, is recovering now. The singer was taken to the hospital after she collapsed on hearing her boyfriend Ravi Nut's death news. SpotboyE.com managed to speak with her elder brother Akash who is there with her in the hospital currently. He shared what exactly went wrong with the two and how the singer is doing now.
Talking to us exclusively, Renu's brother Akash Nagar said, "She is still in ICU but recovering. My sister fell into depression after learning he had left the world after which we had to admit her in the hospital late at night." Also read: Indian Idol 10 Fame Renu Nagar's Condition Is Critical And Admitted In ICU After Singer's Beau Dies By Suicide - Reports
Sharing the reason he said, "On June 30 she left our house and ran away with a guy named Ravi Nut and we finally got hold of them on September 22 from Delhi. As we had registered an FIR against him in the police station we handed them over to the police and after recording Renu's statement we got that guy released completely. They were not in touch after that." Also read: Indian Idol 11’s Judge Neha Kakkar Wants To Be With Aditya Narayan After Coronavirus Lockdown? Shares A Hand-In-Hand Photo
Akash went on revealing, "We really don't know what exactly went wrong in his family after which he consumed poison. I got a call from his brother late in the night saying that he has consumed poison. They reside 50kms away from our house. It takes around one and half hours to reach there. So, I told him if you need any kind of help please tell us but just save him. So he said we are getting him admitted to Mittal Hospital. We also reached there along with my sister but around 11:15 he was declared dead and hearing the news my sister also collapsed and I had to admit her in the same hospital around 11:30 pm."
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