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Bollywood Famous Singer KK Passes Away

Bollywood singer KK (Krishna Kumar Kunnath) passed away on Tuesday at the age of 53 after a live concert in Kolkata. After the performance, he reached the hotel and his health deteriorated, after which he was taken to CMRI (Kolkata Medical Research Institute) Hospital. However, he died before reaching the hospital.

A case of natural death has been registered at New Market police station in Kolkata regarding the death of singer KK. Singer’s post-mortem will be done after the consent of his family. According to the police, arrangements for the post-mortem are being done at SSKM Hospital in Kolkata.

PM Modi has expressed grief over the death of KK. PM said that I am saddened by the death of KK, people of all ages are connected with his songs. He will always be alive in our hearts through his songs. May God give strength to his family. President Ram Nath Kovind has also condoled the death of KK.

There is an atmosphere of sadness in the Bollywood industry due to the death of KK. Many celebrities including actor Akshay Kumar, singer Armaan Malik, actress Sonal Chauhan and Munmun Dutta have expressed grief over his demise. The country, including KK, has lost two singers during the performance in the last two days. Read the related news here…

KK died in Kolkata after the concert, this is the second case of singer’s death after the performance in 2 days
Sung songs in 8 languages ​​including Hindi-Tamil

Born on 23 August 1968 in Delhi, the famous playback singer Krishnakumar Kunnath is known in the industry as KK. He has sung songs for not only Hindi but also Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali and Gujarati films. Before getting a break in films, KK sang about 35000 jingles.

If we talk about KK’s entry in Bollywood, then he made his debut with the song ‘Chhod Aaye Hum’ from the movie ‘Maachis’. Got a big break from the song ‘Tadap Tadap’ from the film ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’. Apart from this, KK has also done ‘Yaaron’, ‘Pal’, ‘Koi Kahe Kehte Rahe’, ‘I said to the heart’, ‘Awarapan Banjarapan’, ‘Dus Bahane’, ‘Ajab Si’, ‘Khuda Jaane’ and ‘Dil Ibadat’. He has sung many beautiful songs like ‘Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai’.

In the year 2000, KK received the Guild Film Award for Best Playback Singer for the song ‘Tadap-Tadap’ from the film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. In 2008 also won the Best Playback Singer award for ‘Aankhon Mein Teri’ from Om Shanti Om and in 2009 for ‘Khuda Jaane’ from Bachna-e Haseeno.

In 2021, KK was honored with the Mirchi Music Award. He studied at Mount St Mary’s School in Delhi. He did his graduation from Kirori Mal College, Delhi University. During the 1999 Cricket World Cup, KK sang the song ‘Josh of India’ to support the Indian team. Many Indian cricketers were also seen in this song of his. KK started his singing career with the music album ‘Pal’.

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