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Today is KK’s first death anniversary. KK died on May 31 last year due to a heart attack in Kolkata. After the concert, KK stayed at the hotel, where he had a heart attack. He was taken to CMRI Hospital in Kolkata for treatment.
Doctors in the hospital declared him dead. KK’s health started deteriorating during the concert itself. After his death, videos related to the concert surfaced on social media.
On May 31, KK was performing at the Nazrul Manch Auditorium in Kolkata.
Health deteriorated during the concert
In the video, KK was repeatedly wiping his face with a handkerchief in between performances. He asked twice to check AC. Late night after the concert, he had a heart attack in the hotel.
Many people on social media blamed Kolkata’s Nazrul Manch Auditorium for the deterioration of KK’s health. The setting capacity of the stadium was 2400 people. But, the crowd in the stadium was more than that.
Fans said – you will always be in our hearts
Today, on KK’s death anniversary, fans are remembering his songs again on social media. One user wrote – Every time I listen to KK’s song, I feel sad that he is no longer with us. One user wrote – You left too soon KK. You are still alive in my heart and will always be.
At the same time, a user wrote – If I ever got a chance to sit in a train with KK, I probably would not have been able to recognize him by looking at him. But, there is such magic in his voice that the entire coach of the train could recognize him by listening to his voice.
The song was sung for the first time in 1996 for the film Maachis.
In 1996, KK lent his voice to a few parts of the song Maachis Ka Chhod Aaye Hum. He sang the song ‘Tadap Tadap Ke Iss Dil’ in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.
After this he sang many songs in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Bengali, Assamese and Gujarati. He has also sung songs for TV serials like Shaka Laka Boom-Boom, Just Mohabbat, Kuch Jhukki Si Palkein.
KK superhit songs