Singer Jubin Nautiyal, hurt himself after falling down the stairs, will undergo surgery in Mumbai

Jubin Nautiyal hurt himself after falling down the steps. The singer will get surgery in a hospital in Mumbai.

Jubin Nautiyal, a singer, will have surgery since he hurt himself after tumbling down some stairs on Friday. Jubin fell early in the morning, fracturing his elbow, cracking his ribs, and injuring his head, according to the singer’s crew.

The singer was taken immediately to a Mumbai hospital. According to Jubin’s team, he will “undergo a procedure for his right arm.” On his health, more information is awaited.
Jubin recently provided entertainment at a gathering in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. On November 23, Jubin sang a number of his well-known songs, including Kaabil Hoon, Meherbaani, Taaron Sa Shehar, Manike, and Tum Hi Aana.

Bana Sharabi, from the upcoming film Govinda Naam Mera, features Jubin’s voice. Tanishk Bagchi composed the music and lyrics for the romance soundtrack, which is based on Vicky Kaushal and Kiara Advani. The movie, directed by Shashank Khaitan, also features Bhumi Pednekar. From December 16, it will be available to stream on Disney+ Hotstar.

Jubin most recently performed the love song “Dil Jisse Zinda Hain, which was produced by T-Series. Written by Youngveer and performed by Jubin, it was composed by Meet Bros. It was filmed by Gurmeet Choudhary and Giorgia Andriani under the direction of Ivaan.

Speaking about it, Jubin had stated, as reported by the news service ANI, “Because I played with the tone and vocals in this tune and added the qawalli flavor, I’m really thrilled about Dil Jisse Zinda Hain. I’m eager to hear what my supporters have to say.”

Jubin’s debut track in the music industry was Sonali Cable’s Ek Mulakat (2014). Along with singing Meherbani for The Shaukeens, Zindagi for Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Bandeyaa for Jazbaa, Tu Itni Khoobsurat Hain Reloaded for Barkhaa, and Samandar with Shreya Ghoshal for Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon, he has performed in several more films. He also performed a number of other songs, including Tere Liye (Fitoor), Gumnaam Hai Koi (1920 London), The Humma Song (Ok Jaanu), Banwra Mann (Jolly LLB 2), and Manike (Thank God).