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KK death: Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, and Harshdeep Kaur express disbelief at the singer’s demise, saying, “This can’t be real.”


On Tuesday night, singer KK passed away. Many people paid homage, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and celebrities such as Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, Vicky Kaushal, Vishal Dadlani, and Harshdeep Kaur.

KK, a well-known playback singer, died on Tuesday night while singing in Kolkata. According to sources, the singer passed out during his performance at Nazrul Mancha. He was sent to the CMRI hospital in South Kolkata, where he was confirmed dead. The singer’s untimely death at the age of 54 shocked the entertainment world. Many celebrities rushed to social media late at night to express their sorrow and grief about KK’s passing.

Narendra Modi tweeted that he was “saddened” by the death of “renowned singer Krishnakumar Kunnath,” also known as KK. His songs expressed a broad spectrum of emotions and touched individuals of all ages. We shall remember him forever via his music. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and all who have supported him. “Shanti Om.”

“Extremely sorry and stunned to learn about the terrible loss of KK,” actor Akshay Kumar, for whom KK has sung several songs throughout the years, tweeted. What a pity! “Om Shanti om.” ” Harshdeep Kaur, who had previously worked with KK on songs such as “Sajde,” has voiced her disbelief at his passing. She tweeted a photo of the singer during a performance and added, “Just can’t believe that our darling #KK is no more.” This just cannot be true. The voice of love is no longer heard. It’s sad.”

Vicky Kaushal and Ranveer Singh, both actors, posted KK’s photo on Instagram Stories. Vicky replied, “Your wonderful voice will remain on forever,” while Ranveer added a broken heart emoji. Thank you for your timeless music.” Sonu Nigam, a singer, also left an emotional message for KK on Instagram.

Vishal Dadlani, a music composer who collaborated with KK on multiple tracks, said, “The tears won’t stop.” What a gentleman he was.One of the most beautiful voices I’ve ever heard. # KK is eternal!!! “It shocks beyond words.. to any music fan like me,” actor Munmun Dutta posted on Twitter. What is going on? Life is a roller coaster. “Shanti Om.”

An “absolute astonishment” was director Srijit Mukerji’s Facebook status update. When I first met him last month, it seemed like we’d known one other for years. The talking wouldn’t stop. And I was touched to witness his affection for Gulzar Saab. He said that he entered the film industry with Chhor Aaye hum and sung it to him as a tribute. Goodbye, my newest acquaintance. I’m going to miss you. I wish we could have had more music, food, and film sessions.” Many admirers flocked to social media to express their sorrow and dismay at the loss of the renowned musician, with others posting KK’s songs in their remarks.

KK, born Krishnakumar Kunnath in Delhi in 1968, came to prominence with the song Tadap Tadap Ke from the 1999 film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. He also released his popular album Pal the same year. Over time, the singer carved out a name for himself by performing a variety of love songs. He was also well-known for his high-energy theatrical performances.

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