Singer KK is no more. In unfortunate and tragic news, the popular singer passed away just moments after her live performance in Kolkata. Krishnakumar Kunath, known as KK by his fans, reportedly fell ill after his performance at Nazrul Mancha in Kolkata. He was reportedly taken to a private hospital where he was pronounced dead. He was 53 years old. The man with the golden voice won his songs like Pal, Khuda Jaane, Tadap, Tadap, Dil Ibaadat and others. Fans, the whole country is undoubtedly sad by this tragic news.
Singer KK dies at the age of 53
K.K. Pal’s first album was released in 1999. Two decades later, the song is still an all-time favorite among music fans in the country. He soon sang in several films, throwing in lackluster numbers.
Recently, the singer has been regularly sharing updates about his live shows and concerts on his social media space. In fact, earlier today, eight hours ago to be exact, he put out an update about his concert in Kolkata. K He was playing live at Nazrul Mancha in Kolkata. Fans put up videos on social media showing the singer’s performance. In one of these videos, he can be seen performing Bale a few moments before he fell ill. After his performance, KK reportedly went to his hotel where he fell ill and was then urgently taken to a private hospital. The singer was taken “dead” to the CMRI Hospital in Kolkata around 10pm, hospital authorities told India Today TV. His wife and children survived.
Fans and celebrities express their grief over the death of KK
Social media was shocked after his sudden tragic death. Fans, singers, and celebrities have expressed their grief on Twitter and Instagram.
Prime Minister Modi He also took to the micro-blogging site a few moments ago and offered his condolences as he wrote, “Sad on the untimely passing of famous singer Krishnakumar Kunath better known as KK. His songs reflected a wide range of emotions as they struck a chord in people of all age groups. We will always remember him through his songs.” My condolences to his family and fans. Om Shanti.”
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