Vir Das show canceled at VR Mall after rave party dies


Further, “My team and I were leaving for the venue when we were notified and of course we must respect and cooperate with the authorities, so we will be rescheduling the show. This is all the information I have at this time. . There is no entry or exit. from the venue. I will keep you posted. Guys. We were informed as we were heading to the venue. The authorities have decided to conduct a forensic investigation. sold out tonight. I spoke to the organizers and honestly, no one could have known sooner. When the police let them know, they let us know. (sic)

The deceased was S Praveen of Madipakkam, a software engineer in a private company, reached the licensed bar on the fourth floor of the mall (about 900 people were said to have been there) with his two friends in the evening and consumed alcohol. alcohol with them. At around 10 p.m., while dancing to orchestral music in the bar, Praveen suddenly collapsed on the dance floor and was rushed to a nearby private hospital and was referred to hospital Government General Rajiv Gandhi (RGGGH).

However, his condition worsened in the early hours of Sunday and his body was sent for an autopsy. For information, Tirumangalam Police have filed a case and are investigating the cause of Praveen’s death.

“Initial examination revealed that he died of heavy drinking. He is from Madipakkam in the city and after performing an autopsy at Royapettah Government General Hospital, the body was handed over to his family,” the official told PTI.

Inquiries revealed that the event was hosted by the Great Indian Gathering and attendees had to pay Rs 2,000 for entry. Guests were served alcohol which the organizer did not have permission for and the event was hosted by Mexican DJ Mandra Gora who posted photos he took while playing his set a also abused the city police on Instagram, which was picked up by others in the comments.

The investigation also revealed that the liquor bottles came from the Monkey Bar on the third floor of the mall, while the owners did not have a valid license to run the bar.

PEW cops have arrested three people in connection with the rave party. They were identified as Nivas Bojaraj, manager of Madras Bar, Bharathi, manager of Monkey bar, and Edwin, event manager of Madras Bar. Police are said to have sealed the bars for breaching licensing standards. A total of 844 bottles of alcohol were seized.


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