Nagpur, Jan 08 (Agencies): A local singer Sunil Waghmare, who achieved a rare feat by singing for 93 hours and 20 minutes, thereby creating a new non-stop singing record, was hospitalised here following exhaustion.

Waghmare had set a target of 101 hours of continuous singing but was forced to stop after doctors attending on him found him unfit for further singing on Friday, as his physical condition deteriorated.

He was immediately rushed in a waiting ambulance to a private nursing home on late Friday evening where he is recovering, the organisers claimed.

During his four-day recital, Waghmare did not suffer from any ailment except that he was completed exhausted following his singing was cut short abruptly.

Waghmare's singing event was earlier inaugurated by former MP Banwarilal Purohit and senior scribe Umesh Choube on January 3, 2011.

Now his feat and video recordings will be sent to Guinness Book of World Records for their approval and entry into the book, organisers added.