Videos have surfaced on social media showing KK sweating heavily at the event at Nazrul Mancha and a fire extinguisher allegedly being sprayed to pacify the throng.
After the Kolkata Police lodged a case of unnatural death in connection with the death of Bollywood singer KK, Murlidhar Sharma, joint commissioner of Police (Crime), arrived at the Oberoi Grand, where the singer was staying during his visit to Kolkata, on Wednesday. KK was performing at a Gurudas College event in south Kolkata’s Nazrul Mancha. Following his performance, he went to his hotel, where he became unwell and was rushed to the Calcutta Medical Research Institute, where he was proclaimed dead. He died after a heart attack, according to doctors. READ: Fans miss their songs together as Emraan Hashmi honors’ legend’ KK
The Kolkata Police have started an inquiry into the issue of unnatural death. They will examine the hotel’s CCTV video to determine what transpired before he was transported to the hospital. According to other stories, he collapsed in the hospital, perhaps injuring himself.
Since he was ruled brought dead, meaning that he died on the way to the hospital, an autopsy will be done with his family members’ agreement.
Several tales of KK’s unease during the occasion have been making the rounds on social media. A video of him sweating on stage has also surfaced, as has footage of him being led out of the stadium with a large audience following him after the event.