R Madhavan and Emraan Hashmi have published tweets on social media in response to the passing of musician KK. The actors appeared in KK popular songs like Sach Keh Raha Hai, Zara Si, and others.
Social media has been inundated with poignant condolences to singer KK, who died on Tuesday following a concert in Kolkata. R Madhavan, who joined them, remarked in a post, “I lost my voice today.” The actor got to prominence with KK’s song Sach Keh Raha Hai from his popular film Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein, in which he starred with Dia Mirza.
In response to the unexpected death of KK, R Madhavan tweeted, “Eminent vocalist KK dies away at the age of 53.” Heart-broken…. Today, we lost a lovely person and a fantastic voice. Bro, rest in peace. The skies are more fortunate.”
In 1999, KK made his solo debut in the Indian music business with his album Pal. He rose to prominence in Bollywood as a playback singer with the song Tadap Tadap Ke in the 1999 film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, starring Salman Khan, Aishwarya Rai, and Ajay Devgn. KK has provided various popular songs throughout the years, including a significant number of songs in Emraan Hashmi films.
In his condolences for the passing of KK, Emraan said that working with the singer was always a memorable experience for him. Asked in a Facebook post, “A voice and talent like no other,” he described himself. They no longer produce them like him. Working on the tunes he sang was always a remarkable experience. You will always be in our hearts, KK, and your music will live on forever. Legend KK, rest in peace.” Emraan has appeared in several of KK’s songs, including Soniye (Aksar), Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai (Gangster), Beete Lamhein (The Train), and Dilnashin Dilnashin Dil Ibaadat (Tum Mile) and Zara Sa (Jannat) are only a few examples.
KK, who was 53 years old, passed away on Tuesday night. He was said to be ill following his performance at a college in Kolkata. After being transferred to the hospital, his condition was pronounced to be fatal. The Kolkata Police have opened an investigation into his ‘unnatural death.’