Rohan Rathore Wiki:- Rohan Rathore was an IIT-Guwahati student. He was in love with a girl who was not sympathetic to his feelings. He wrote a heartbreaking song for her and died of cancer 15 days later. The song is titled Emptiness. The song is making waves online with almost 1.5 million views eight dedicated Facebook groups and thousands of fans.
Rohan Rathod is not present. Gajendra Verma is a 21-year-old sound recordist from Mumbai. He says that he has sung the song, which has been written by writer Asim Ahmed Abbasi and Verma’s friend Monami Roy.
Gajendra Verma, says
“I had composed the tune for a project one-and-a-half years ago. I had sent the song to some people for feedback, and I think it got leaked then,”
Gajendra will release the full album with six songs next month, and he has also posted the song on YouTube.
Rohan Rathore Wiki
Rohan Rathore was known as an IIT-Guwahati student. His exact date of birth is not mentioned yet, that’s why we are not sure when he celebrated his birthday every year. His clear birthplace is not disclosed on the internet. His zodiac sign is not mentioned yet and his religion was Hinduism. He was doing his engineering at IIT-Guwahati. His age details are also not mentioned yet.
Rohan Rathore Death Reason
The IIT-Guwahati student Rohan Rathore passed away at a young age. He was in love with a girl who was not sympathetic to his feelings. According to some sites, he passed away of cancer, after writing a heartbreaking song for his onesided love.
Rohan Rathore Family, Parents
Rohan Rathore was born to Hindu parents. But his parent’s name and professional information is not mentioned yet. There is no information about his siblings and other family members.
Real story of Rohan Rathore
Rohan Rathore was an IIT-Guwahati student. He loved a girl who was not sympathetic to his feelings. He also wrote a heartbreaking song for her and died of cancer 15 days later. This song is titled Emptiness and this song also became a rage online with almost 1.5 million views.
Gajendra Verma said that he has sung the song, which has been written by writer Asim Ahmed Abbasi and Verma’s friend Monami Roy. To counter Rohan Rathod’s story, Gajendra Verma said that he will release the full album with six songs next month.
Responding to allegations that he and Aseem fabricated the story to promote the song and increase downloads, he said,
“Why would I publicize my song using someone else’s name?”
He adds, “I feel really bad when I see someone else’s name on my song. I don’t even know how Rohan Rathore’s name got attached to it. I know that the voice is mine.”
Lyricist Aseem Abbasee says that he is unaware of Rohan Rathod’s story.
“I wrote this song when Gajendra approached me for it. Its unfortunate that it got stolen and people attached a false story with it.”
After the song became popular, curiosity among fans increased. Sumit Lal wrote,
“I finally dug out the story. No one at IIT-G knows who Rathore is.” “People like the song because of the story behind it,”