KK, a popular singer, has died.
One of the most notable Bollywood singers Krishnakumar Kunnath, prominently known as KK, has reportedly died in Kolkata on Tuesday night as per the information received through authorities. The 53-year-old singer was in the city for a live program at Nazrul Mancha.
Not long after the program, the singer grumbled of feeling unwell when he was getting back to his lodging around 10.30 p.m. It was observed that the playback singer felt chest blockage after the show and was hurried to a confidential emergency clinic He was pronounced dead in a city emergency clinic.
Furthermore, he was taken to a confidential emergency clinic in south Kolkata where specialists proclaimed him dead, they said.
Hum rahein ya na rahein, yaad aayenge ye pal!— Star Gold (@StarGoldIndia) June 1, 2022
A voice that touched our hearts and left us with melodies that will last forever ❤️
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KK’s fans and followers are taken aback by this recent news. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was found expressing his condolences for the singer on Twitter. It said, “Saddened by the untimely demise of noted singer Krishnakumar Kunnath popularly known as KK.
His songs reflected a wide range of emotions and struck a chord with people of all age groups. We will always remember him through his songs. Condolences to his family and fans. Om Shanti,”.
West Bengal Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Aroop Biswas said the relatives of the vocalist have been educated about his destruction and they are probably going to show up in the city on Wednesday.
Vocalist Anupam Roy and music chief Jeet Ganguly had also gone with Mr. Biswas to the city emergency clinic, which likewise got a flood of guests who rushed to it in the wake of catching wind of KK’s passing.
According to a few internet-based reports, KK’s customary day was an optimal one. He did cardio like treadmill runs and furthermore cherished doing biceps and leg workouts.
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His day began with having 3-4 glasses of warm water toward the beginning of the day, trailed by eating bubbled eggs and natural products. His morning meal was sound and filling. He had cereals and oats for breakfast.
Vegetables and green servings of mixed greens for the most part contained his lunch alongside a few barbecued vegetables. For supper, he for the most part skipped the rice and had dal and rice.
KK, known as a versatile singer, has kept melodies in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, and Bengali, among different dialects. He likewise sang various promotional jingles.
Viewed as one of the most adaptable vocalists of India, KK sang one of his well-known melodies, Hum Rahe Ya Na Rahe Kal at his last concert before his health started collapsing.