Gully Boy rapper MC TodFod passes away at 24, Ranveer Singh and Siddhant Chaturvedi mourn his death

Rapper MC TodFod’s real name was Dharmesh Parmar and he was very popular in Mumbai’s underground rap circuit. He was part of the group Swadesi. His last rites were performed at his residence in Naigaon, Mumbai on March 21.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • MC TodFod’s tracks were inspired by environmental and human rights
  • TodFod features in Gully Boy’s promotional song India 91
  • TodFod was part of the 2018 Vice India documentary on the Gully rap scene in Mumbai titled Kya Bolta Bantai

Gully Boy actors Ranveer Singh and Siddhant Chaturvedi mourned the death of Dharmesh Parmar aka rapper MC TodFod. He passed away at the young age of 24. His real name was Dharmesh Parmar and was very popular in Mumbai’s underground rap circuit. He was part of the group Swadesi. His last rites were performed at his residence in Naigaon, Mumbai on March 21.

As per Rolling Stones India, TodFod’s songs had the underlying theme of standing up against ‘corrupt institutions’. His tracks also stood for environmental and human rights. His most recent track was released on March 8. It is titled Truth and Bass. TodFod’s track The Warli Revolt, for which they collaborated with Adivasi activist Prakash Bhoir, stood up against the cutting of trees in the Aarey forest in Mumbai.

TodFod also featured in Vice India documentary Kya Bolta Bantai in 2018 which was about the Gully Rap scene in Mumbai. “Gully rap is what I do. And I’m going to keep doing gully rap. But I’m going to do a lot with it,” he says in a clipping shared by the studio mourning TodFod’s passing.

 

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TodFod is also featured in the song India 91 in Gully Boy (2019). Ranveer shared a picture of the bereaved and posted a heartbreak emoji. Siddhant also wrote, “RIP Bhai.”

His career was ruined because of these decisions of Rani Mukherji!

 

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