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How KK died: Singer performed for an hour, fell sick at hotel

Well-known Bollywood singer Krishnakumar Kunnath, popularly referred to as KK, died in Kolkata on Tuesday evening, officers stated. He was 53.

KK was feeling unwell after reaching his hotel, following a efficiency at a live performance at Nazrul Mancha within the night the place he sang for nearly an hour, officers stated. (Also learn: Singer KK dies at 53 after stay efficiency in Kolkata: ‘The voice of affection is gone’)

He died of a suspected coronary heart assault, stated minister Aroop Biswas. “I was told that his wife and son are rushing to Kolkata by the morning flight tomorrow. I am here to offer all possible help to the family,” stated Aroop Biswas who rushed to the hospital after listening to the information.

KK was declared lifeless on arrival at the non-public CMRI hospital in Alipore round 10.45 pm. His followers and folks from the music business rushed to the hospital on listening to the information.

“It’s unfortunate that we could not treat him,” a senior official of the hospital stated.

KK, referred to as a flexible singer, has recorded songs in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Bengali, amongst different languages.

Multiple celebrities have provided condolences at the singer’s loss of life. Karan Johar wrote, “Heartbreaking news on the sudden passing away of such an incredible talent…. RIP KK… the entertainment world has lost a true artist today….Om Shanti.” Ajay Devgn wrote, “It seems so ominous. The news of KK’s death that too right after a live performance is terrible. He sang for films I was associated with, so his loss seems that much more personal. RIP #KrishnakumarKunnath. Prayers & condolences to his family.”

Riteish Deshmukh wrote, “KK no more !!! I am failing to make sense of people leaving the world at such young age. Deeply saddened- he was a great guy and fabulous singer- huge loss to the music world – Deepest condolences to the family and loved ones. Om Shantii.”

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