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Emraan Hashmi mourns KK's loss: Working on the songs he sang was always special

On Tuesday night, KK passed away at the age of 53. Taking to his Instagram account, Emraan Hashmi expressed his grief and paid respect to the singer.

Published: Wednesday,Jun 01, 2022 07:24 AM GMT-06:00
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Emraan Hashmi and KK

Renowned playback singer KK, who died on Tuesday following a performance in Kolkata, has received an outpouring of heartfelt condolences on social media. With his album Pal, KK made his solo breakthrough in the Indian music industry in 1999. 

With the song Tadap Tadap Ke from the 1999 film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, he rose to prominence as a playback singer in Bollywood. But most of his popular songs which still rule our playlist and can be listened on loop are filmed on Emraan Hashmi. The duo have delivered several hit tracks in the past decade. 


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Taking to his Instagram account, Emraan Hashmi expressed his respect for the bond he shared with the singer. He wrote, "A voice and talent like no other.. They don't make them like him anymore. Working on the songs he sang was always that much more special. You will always be in our hearts KK and live eternally through your songs. RIP Legend KK #ripkk"

Some of their notable songs include, 'Dil Ibadat' from Tum Mile, 'Zara Si' from Jannat, 'Beetein Lamhein' from The Train, 'Tujhe Sochta Hoon' from Jannat 2, 'Mere Bina' from Crook and the list is just endless. 

On Tuesday night, KK passed away at the age of 53. He was said to be unwell following his performance for a college in Kolkata. He was rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The Kolkata Police have opened an investigation into his 'unnatural death.'

His family members have arrived and the last rites will take place today in Kolkata. His body is kept at CMRI hospital from where it will be taken to SSKM hospital.


Emraan Hashmi Krishnakumar Kunnath (KK)


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