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A father reportedly died of shock after his son suffered a heart attack and died while dancing in Virar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India on Sunday, Oct 2.

The deceased man, identified as 35-year-old Manish Narapji Sonigra, was taking part in Navaratri festivities at Global City complex in Virar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India on Saturday, Oct 1 night. Navaratri is an annual Hindu festival celebrated in India that spans over nine nights, India Today reported.

While participating in the festival, when Manish was dancing and enjoying the festival, he reportedly suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed onto the floor. Seeing his son collapse, his father Narapji Sonigra, 66, immediately rushed him to a nearby hospital for treatment. However, despite the efforts, Manish was declared brought dead by hospital authorities.

After hearing about his son's death, Narapji also collapsed and died on the spot, Hindustan Times reported.

Following the tragic deaths, the bodies of the father and the son have been sent for an autopsy. The officers are awaiting the autopsy results to ascertain the exact reason behind the duo’s deaths.

The officers have registered a case of accidental death in connection with the deaths.

In a similar but unrelated incident, a 28-year-old man reportedly died of a cardiac arrest while he was having sexual intercourse with his girlfriend in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India on Sunday, July 3, Latin Times reported.

The deceased, identified as Ajay Parteki, 28, and his 23-year-old girlfriend, met each other at a hotel located in Saoner, Nagpur on Sunday, July 3. They arrived at the lodge at around 4 in the evening and checked into their room. About half an hour later, however, while the couple was reportedly engaging in sexual intercourse, Parteki suddenly suffered a cardiac arrest and fell unconscious.

Parteki was subsequently rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment. However, physicians at the health facility declared Parteki dead upon arrival.

Parteki's autopsy report pointed to a possible heart attack as the reason for his death. Following this, the officers registered a case of accidental death in connection with the incident.

According to cardiologist Doctor Anand Sancheti, during such physical activities, a greater amount of blood and oxygen is required by the heart and when the requirement is not met, it can lead to dire consequences such as death.

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