The two year-old daughter of noted violinist Balabhaskar was killed while the musician and his wife were injured when the auto they were travelling in rammed into a roadside tree at Pallippuram on Tuesday. Balabhaskar, his wife Lakshmi and driver Arjun are now admitted to a private hospital.
The accident apparently happened in Pallipuram, near Thiruvananthapuram.
Police suspect that the driver might have dozed off and resulted in losing the control of the vehicle.
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According to the sources, Bala Bhaskar was returning with a visit to a temple of Trishchur with his wife and daughter and during this time big accident took place.
The violinist and his family were travelling in the vehicle on Tuesday morning when it hit a tree. The information also suggests that Balabhaskar was sitting in the front along with his daughter next to the driver. The news report also quotes Asianet to claim that both Balabhaskar and his wife Lakshmi are now on ventilator. Balabhaskar has serious spinal injuries, and the medical team is apparently planning to do surgical procedures to save his life.
Later, Balabhaskar became the heartthrob of music lovers after he started working with fusion scores.