Report By ADIBA SAMI.
Famous playback vocalist Krishnakumar Kunnath, otherwise called KK, fell after a show in Kolkata and was raced to a confidential emergency clinic in the city, where he was articulated dead. The playback vocalist imploded after the show and was raced to a confidential emergency clinic in the city. He was “brought dead” to Kolkata’s CMRI Hospital around 10 pm, medical clinic specialists told India Today TV. He was 53 years of age at the hour of his passing.
KK has kept tunes in a few dialects, including Hindi, Tamil, Telegu, Kannada, and Bengali
One of the most flexible artists of the Indian entertainment world, KK has kept tunes in a few dialects, including Hindi, Tamil, Telegu, Kannada, and Bengali, among others. Sympathies poured in for the artist on Twitter, with individuals communicating shock and mistrust at his unexpected demise.
KK’s well known melodies included “Tadap” from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
KK started his vocation by singing for commercial jingles, and made his film debut with an A.R. Rahman soundtrack. In 1999, he sent off his presentation collection named Pal. The melodies “Buddy” and “Yaaron” from the collection Pal turned out to be exceptionally famous and are usually utilized in school goodbyes. His well known melodies included “Tadap” from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999), the Tamil tune “Apadi Podu”, “Dola Re Dola” from Devdas (2002), “Kya Mujhe Pyaar Hai” from Woh Lamhe… (2006), “Aankhon Mein Teri” from Om Shanti Om (2007), “Khuda Jane” from Bachna Ae Haseeno (2008), “Piya Aaye Na” from Aashiqui 2 (2013), “Mat Aazma Re” from Murder 3 (2013), “India Wale” from Happy New Year (2014) and “Tu Jo Mila” from Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015), among others. He has gotten six Filmfare Awards designations, and a Filmfare Awards South.
KK was a former student of Delhi’s Mount St Mary’s School
Brought into the world in Delhi to Malayali guardians C. S. Menon and Kunnath Kanakavalli, Krishnakumar Kunnath was raised in New Delhi. KK sang 3,500 jingles prior to breaking into Bollywood. KK is a former student of Delhi’s Mount St Mary’s School and moved on from Kirori Mal College, Delhi University. He sang in the “Josh of India” tune for the help of Indian Cricket Team during Cricket World Cup of 1999. This melody highlighted individuals from the Indian Cricket Team.
KK likewise has a little girl named Tamara Kunnath
KK wedded Jyothy in 1991. His child Nakul Krishna Kunnath sang a melody “Masti” from his collection Humsafar with him. KK likewise has a little girl named Tamara Kunnath. On 31 May 2022, KK performed at the Sir Gurudas Mahavidyalaya fest at Nazrul Mancha, Kolkata. He griped of feeling unwell not long after his presentation coming back to his inn, where he experienced a cardiovascular arrest. Efforts to resuscitate him at the inn were fruitless, and he was in this way taken to an emergency clinic in Kolkata where he was proclaimed dead on arrival. He was 53 years of age at the hour of his passing.
(Adiba is student of BA-JMC first year from Maharishi University Of Information Technology, Noida)