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‘Mera Chhota Bhaiyaa’: Vishal Bhardwaj expresses his grief over KK’s passing in a touching post

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Vishal Bhardwaj recalls KK and recalls their first break with Maachis. Vishal Bhardwaj, a filmmaker, expressed his sorrow at KK’s death on Wednesday by writing a heartfelt post on Twitter, recalling the renowned singer as his younger brother. Vishal referred to KK as his ‘chhota bhaiyya (little brother),’ recalling how the two met while working on Gulzar’s ‘Maachis.’ On Tuesday evening, KK died immediately after singing at Nazrul Mancha in Kolkata for Gurudas College’s fest, provoking a flood of tributes and condolences on social media.

Meanwhile, Vishal Bhardwaj wrote: “Mera chhota Bhaiyaa. Hum saath aaye thay dilli se. Humara pehla break pehli film pehli kaamyaabi ek saath Maachis (Chhodh aaye hum wo galiyan. He also sang the 2nd music in Lata ji’s Pani Pani Re). Anginat lamhe, anginat yaadein, bepanah dard, bichhdey sabhee baari baari.” He also added a picture of KK in his tweet. 

The West Bengal government honoured KK with a gun salute in Kolkata on Wednesday. The late singer’s remains was held at Rabindra Sadan for some time, and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who oversaw the ceremonies, paid floral tributes to him.

After singing at Nazrul Mancha for Gurudas College’s fest, the 53-year-old musician allegedly became sick and retreated to his hotel. He was transported to the hospital as his condition worsened, and physicians proclaimed him dead upon arrival. Kolkata Police opened an investigation on the causes of death on June 1, 2022.

Many in the music fraternity, including AR Rahman, Pritam, Sonu Nigam, Shaan, and Vishal Dadlani, mourned the death of the eminent singer, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bollywood celebrities like Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, Anushka Sharma, Yami Gautam, Emraan Hashmi, Vicky Kaushal, and many in the music fraternity, including AR Rahman, Pritam, Sonu

Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, starring Salman Khan, Aishwarya Rai, and Ajay Devgn, was KK’s first film in Bollywood. He rose to fame because to his mournful yet soulful voice on the smash song Tadap Tadap, and he hasn’t looked back since. Songs like ‘Pyaar Ke Pal,’ ‘Yaaron,’ ‘O Meri Jaan,’ ‘Khuda Jaane,’ ‘Zara Sa,’ ‘Dil Ibaadat,’ love hymn ‘Pehla Pela Pyaar,’ and ‘Sach Keh Raha Hai Deewana’ will be remembered for the guy with the golden voice.’

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