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Emraan Hashmi remembers ‘legend’ KK, fans miss their songs together

Social media is flooded with heartfelt tributes for singer KK who died on Tuesday after his efficiency in Kolkata. Joining them, R Madhavan wrote in a submit, “I lost my voice today.” The actor rose to fame with KK’s track Sach Keh Raha Hai from his hit movie Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein, reverse Dia Mirza. (Also learn: Videos present KK ‘sweating badly’ at live performance, fans say: ‘AC wasn’t working’)

Reacting to the sudden information of KK’s demise, R Madhavan tweeted, “Eminent singer KK passes away at the age of 53. Heart-broken….Lost a wonderful human and a great voice today. Rest In Peace bro. The heavens are luckier.”

KK made his solo debut within the Indian music trade together with his album Pal in 1999. He gained recognition as a playback singer in Bollywood with the track Tadap Tadap Ke from the 1999 movie Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, starring Salman Khan, Aishwarya Rai and Ajay Devgn. Over the years, KK has delivered a number of hit tracks, together with a notable variety of songs in Emraan Hashmi-starrer movies.

Mourning the lack of KK, Emraan stated that working with the singer was at all times particular for him. He wrote in a submit, “A voice and talent like no other. They don’t make them like him anymore. Working on the songs he sang was always that much more special. You will always be in our hearts KK and live eternally through your songs. RIP Legend KK.” Emraan has featured in KK’s songs, similar to Soniye (Aksar), Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai (Gangster), Beete Lamhein (The Train), Dilnashin Dilnashin (Aashiq Banaya Aapne), Dil Ibaadat (Tum Mile), Zara Sa (Jannat) and rather more. (Also learn stay updates: Family arrives in Kolkata, physique might be taken to Mumbai after post-mortem)

KK died at 53 on Tuesday evening. Reportedly, he was unwell after his efficiency for a university in Kolkata. He was taken to a hospital the place he was pronounced lifeless upon arrival. A case has been registered by the Kolkata Police to probe his ‘unnatural death’.

 

 


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