Fans, admirers, and many celebrities voiced their shock and sadness shortly after the news of his death broke on social media. Salman Khan has now also expressed his sympathies to the late singer’s family.
Salman posted a tribute to the great late singer KK on his Twitter account a few hours ago. According to the Tiger 3 actor, “Deepest condolences to his family. You will forever be remembered in your music. #RIPKK” Many fans reacted to and retweeted Salman’s post on the micro-blogging site.
In Salman Khan’s flicks, KK has sung various songs. In reality, Tadap Tadap Ke from Salman Khan’s film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam was one of his biggest hits in Bollywood during his early years. He’s also sang Tu Jo Mila from Bajrangi Bhaijaan, the actor’s 2015 film.
In a recent social media post, Salman Khan paid tribute to the late artist KK. The death of Krishnakumar Kunnath, often known as KK, came as a shock to the whole country. He died in Kolkata yesterday, May 31st, after having a heart attack. He was in town for his live performances. After his act at Nazrul Mancha last night, KK became ill and retreated to his hotel, where his condition worsened. He was transported to CMRI hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after arriving.
Salman’s voice was also dubbed by KK following Tadap Tadap from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. In an earlier interview with the Times Of India, the famed singer commented about the situation: “I have never understood how my voice can suit anybody. I just go and sing my song – whether it’s ‘Tu Jo Mila (Bajrangi Bhaijaan) or ‘Ajab Si’ (Om Shanti Om), whether it’s ‘Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai’ (Gangster) or ‘Ding Dong’ (Kuch Toh Hai), whether it’s ‘Awarapan’ (Jism) or ‘Alvida’ (Life in a Metro) – there’s never been a conscious decision to sound like anybody else.”
He stated that he had no possibility of completing the task. The singer stated that he is unable to imitate since he lacks the necessary skills.
His children Tamara and Nakul, as well as his wife Jyothy, survive him. His last rituals will take conducted in Mumbai today, June 2nd.