Avatar 2: Man dies of heart attack while watching James Cameron’s new movie

A man in India died of a heart attack while watching James Cameron’s new film Avatar: The Way of Water.

The incident took place in Kakinada district in southern Andhra Pradesh state, where a man identified as Lakshmireddy Srinu collapsed in a cinema.

According to local media reports, Srinu was with his younger brother when he collapsed mid-film and was pronounced dead by doctors after being taken to Peddapuram Government Hospital.

He leaves behind a daughter and a son.

Speaking of this case, the director of Fortis Hospital, Noida, Dr. Sanjeev Gera Hindustan times that “post-Covid there is ongoing inflammation in our blood vessels.

“Due to stress and an increase in blood pressure like this, arteries in the heart could have ruptured, which can lead to sudden cardiac arrest.”

“This may be due to a rupture of plaque in the coronary arteries or triggering an arrhythmia due to excitation,” said Dr. Pradeep Kumar D

“Such deaths happen in exciting games/emotional situations. It is unlikely that the film itself caused death,” he added.

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This isn’t the first time a person has died while watching an Avatar movie.

According to Wion News, a 42-year-old man in Taiwan died of a heart attack while watching the first part of avatar in 2010.

The man had a history of high blood pressure and the “over-arousal from watching the film” triggered his symptoms.

that of the independent Clarisse Loughrey gave Avatar: The Way of Water three out of five stars.

“It’s an achievement of such technological clarity that I would instantly buy any flat-screen TV that showed it in curries,” she wrote. “The plot, if anything, is an uncomfortable distraction from the true joy of watching and laughter.”

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