Singer KK passes away: Akshay Kumar mourns late musician’s shocking demise: What a loss

Singer KK passes away: In a tragic piece of news, Singer-composer Krishnakumar Kunnath, lovingly often called KK by his followers, died in Kolkata after reportedly struggling a coronary heart assault on Tuesday. He was 53. The singer was acting at Nazrul Mancha for Gurudas College’s fest after which he reportedly fell sick and returned to his lodge. When his situation deteriorated, he was rushed to the CMRI hospital in Kolkata around 10 pm, the place he was declared introduced lifeless. The man with the golden voice shall be remembered for his songs like ‘Pyaar Ke Pal’, ‘Yaaron’, ‘O Meri Jaan’, ‘Khuda Jaane’, ‘Tadap’, ‘Dil Ibaadat’ amongst others. 

As quickly because the unlucky new broke on the web, celebrities and followers throughout the nation paid tribute to the eminent singer. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar mourned the unhappy demise of the singer and tweeted: ‘’Extremely unhappy and shocked to know of the unhappy demise of KK. What a loss! Om Shanti.’’

See Akshay’s tweet right here:


Singer-songwriter Vishal Dadlani additionally expressed grief on the passing of the gifted singer. He tweeted: The tears will not cease. What a man he was. What a voice, what a coronary heart, what a human being. #KK is FOREVER!!!

Earlier, KK made his public look on comedian-host Kapil Sharma’s present ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ together with Dr. Palash Sen, and Shaan. 

Back in 2019, KK had praised fellow artist Shaan and mentioned, “Shaan’s voice is sensible. He has bought one of the crucial mellifluous voices within the business. His comfortable voice may be very ear-friendly and he sings together with his soul. If you get caught up in social media an excessive amount of then you definately begin getting ruled by it. Shaan may be very sentimental, he’s a coronary heart man. I beloved ‘Tanha dil.”

KK, a versatile singer, was born on August 23, 1968 and recorded songs in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Bengali, amongst different languages. His first album ‘Pal’ got here out in 1999. He quickly sang for a number of movies, and delivered chartbusting numbers that also stays in our favourite playslist.  

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