Singer KK’s demise has left the whole nation stunned and crushed. Family, companions and his fans are profoundly disheartened and virtual entertainment is loaded up with messages from everybody. Also called Krishnakumar Kunnath, the artist died at 53 years old, on Tuesday night. The singer was in Kolkata performing live in a show. It was inside the space of hours after his performance that the vocalist felt uncomfortable on arriving at his hotel room and collapsed. Supposedly, he was announced dead in the hospital on arrival. The most recent reports recommend that the Kolkata Police have enrolled an unnatural death case.
KK has sung numerous songs in the South too including My heart is thumping from Pawan Kalyan’s Jalsa, Uppenantha from Allu Arjun’s Arya 2, and Avunu Nijam from Mahesh Babu’s Athadu, I’m extremely grieved, Devude Digivachhina from Nagarjuna’s Santosham.
In the wake of knowing the stunning downfall of the artist, numerous South celebs took to their separate web-based entertainment handles and honored him. Tamannaah Bhatia, Hansika Motwani, director Harish Shankar, and others likewise recollected his heartfelt voice. KK’s melodies were exceptionally famous during the 90s and 2000s as they were truly calming and soul-contacting.
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Tamannaah Bhatia took to online social media and recollected his deep voice as she expressed, “Shocked to hear about the untimely demise of KK. His voice will live on in our hearts!”
Hansika Motwani also tweeted, “Extremely sad and shocked to know of the sad demise of KK. What a loss! Om Shanti.”
Chiranjeevi also remembered KK for singing the blockbuster song Daayi Daayi Daama for his film Indra.
Heartbroken at the shocking demise of KK. Gone too soon! A fabulous singer and a great soul.He sang ‘Daayi Daayi Daama’ from ‘Indra’ for me. My heartfelt condolences to his family & near and dear ones. May his soul rest in peace! #RIPKK
— Chiranjeevi Konidela (@KChiruTweets) June 1, 2022
KK married his childhood friend Jyothi in 1991. The late vocalist is presently survived by his better half Jyothi, and their kids, son Nakul Krishna Kunnath and daughter Tamara Kunnath. In the interim, as per reports, it is said that the doctors will lead KK’s posthumous today to determine the specific justification behind his demise. Doctors have anyway said they thought heart failure to be the reason for the death.