Mumbai: The famous singer KK, who has been alive forever in the hearts of people with his hundreds of songs his sudden and unfortunate demise has left everyone heartbroken. Legendary singer’s daughter Taamara shares a heartfelt note before his last rite.
He was in Kolkata performing in a live concert at Nazrul Mancha, after which he fell ill and passed away. It is said that the singer collapsed in his hotel room and when rushed to the hospital, he was declared dead on arrival. All of this happened so suddenly that it must be difficult for the fand and especially his industry friends and family to fathom this devastating news. Well, the singer’s mortal remains have been brought to Mumbai and his funeral will be held today. Taamara took to her Instagram handle to share the last note for her dad. Sharing the post, that describes details about KK’s ‘Antim Darshan’ and ‘Antim Yatra’, she wrote,” Love you forever dad”
KK is survived by wife Jyothy Krishna and kids Nakul and Taamara. Aged 53, he died just hours after performing at a concert in Kolkata. KK reportedly complained of feeling ill after the show and was rushed to a hospital, where he was declared dead.
The singer’s preliminary autopsy report has revealed he might have had underlying heart conditions that caused his sudden death, according to sources.
The report said the iconic singer died of a heart attack, but also mentioned “myocardial infarction”, which could have caused the pumping of blood to his heart to stop, sources said. If a person has latent heart disease for a long time, he gets myocardial infarction.
The late musician’s wife had told the police that he had pain in his arms and shoulders before coming to Kolkata. The singer also had gastric problems and occasionally took antacids, according to sources.
KK was one of the most versatile singers in the Indian film industry. He made his debut in the music industry in 1999 with the popular album Pal. He also sang in several languages other than Hindi, including Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Marathi and Kannada.