Veteran singer KK is no more

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In an unfortunate, shocking and tragic turn of events, well renowned Bollywood singer, KK, Krishnakumar Kunnath, who spell-bound all the music lovers of all age group and offered many hits not only in Hindi but also in Tamil, Telegu, Kannada, and Bengali, many more over the last three decades, has passed away at the age of 53, within moments after performing live at Nazrul Mancha in Kolkata on 31st May 2022. The versatile playback singer’s tragic and shocking demise left the fans rather the entire country in a state of grief.

KK was in Kolkata for a two-day concert at Nazrul Mancha. The 1st show was organized on 30th May by Thakurpukur’s Vivekananda College and the later was on 31st May by Gurudas Mahavidyalaya. During the last concert, he felt sick and informed about his uneasiness during the interval of the show, reported by a source. Inspite of not feeling well, KK with his mesmerizing voice performed till the end of the event. After the event, he was taken to a 5 star hotel in Esplanade wherein his heath detoriated noticeably. Unfortunately, he collapsed before he was taken to the Calcutta Medical Research Institute (CMRI) 9.45pm and 10pm, reported by a source. Although post-mortem will be conducted on June 1, but the primary cause of his demise is said to be heart attack. His wife and two sons will be in Kolkata by Wednesday morning.

As soon as this news went viral, people from different realms, starting from Prime Minister to various actors to cricketers to innumerous fans paid tribute in Twitter and social media platforms. His admirers fondly remembered the singer, his golden voice and his iconic songs in their condolence tweets.

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