KK said he ‘really missed the city’ before performing his last show in Kolkata
The death of singer KK has devastated his fans and music industry friends. He died on Tuesday, following a live performance in Kolkata. After two years, he returned to Kolkata for two concerts. When asked about the city, KK stated that he was delighted by the affection he received from his Kolkata supporters.
KK landed in Kolkata on Sunday for two straight days of concerts. While he performed for the students of Thakurpukur’s Vivekananda College on Monday, the event the following day was organised by Ultadanga’s Gurudas Mahavidyalaya. Both of these performances took place at Nazrul Mancha.
An overjoyed KK informed local Kolkata TV Sky 12 that he was looking forward to his Kolkata event. “I haven’t performed in Kolkata in two years. I’ve missed this city a lot since there are so many shows here. People here adore me, and I adore them in return. I haven’t performed at the Nazrul Manch in quite some time. “I’m overjoyed,” he remarked.
When questioned about his reaction to people screaming his name, he said he was always grateful to his admirers. “It’s because of God’s grace that people love me so much.” Hundreds of people were gathering when I got out of the automobile. So much affection — I’m at a loss for words. It’s exhausting. I can only express my gratitude to everyone. Thank you very much for all of your support. “I will keep trying to sing for you,” he continued.
Krishnakumar Kunnath, better known as KK, was born in Delhi in 1968. He got to stardom with the song Tadap Tadap Ke from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam after the success of his debut solo album Pal in 1999. Salman Khan, Aishwarya Rai, and Ajay Devgn appeared in the film. Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai (Gangster), Dus Bahane (Dus, 2005), and Tune Maari Entriyaan are some of his outstanding works (Gunday, 2014).
Meanwhile, the Kolkata Police Department has opened an investigation into KK’s “unnatural death.”