Famed Indian singer 'KK' dies at 53 - CNN

just hours earlier than his death on may 31, the acclaimed fifty three-year-ancient singer performed at a live performance in Nazrul Mancha, a venue on the Sir Gurudas Mahavidyalaya school in the eastern Indian metropolis of Kolkata.

Kunnath's work as a playback singer -- a vocalist whose songs are pre-recorded to be used in movies -- made him noted in the country and right through the diaspora, as he lent his voice to tons of of Bollywood movies. He grew to become a popular family unit name after the 1999 free up of his first solo album, "buddy."

Tributes to the late singer began to pour out across social media as quickly as information of his passing broke, together with one from the country's major Minister Narendra Modi.

"Saddened through the premature death of cited singer Krishnakumar Kunnath popularly known as KK. His songs mirrored a wide range of feelings as struck a chord with individuals of all age corporations. we can all the time remember him via his songs. Co ndolences to his family unit and enthusiasts. Om Shanti," Modi noted.

Indian actor Akshay Kumar referred to in a tweet, "extraordinarily unhappy and bowled over to understand of the sad death of KK. What a loss! Om Shanti."

Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri noted he turned into "so unhappy" to hear of Kunnath's loss of life, noting that he sang the primary song on his first movie, and had been a "extraordinary buddy" ever seeing that.

"Why so early, KK, why? however you have got left in the back of a treasure of a playlist. Very complicated nighttime. Om Shanti. Artists like KK never die," Agnihotri observed.

Kunnath's first leap forward function in Bollywood turned into with the track, "Tadap Tadap Ke" from the film, "Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam."

His different customary tunes include "Sach Keh Raha Hai" from the film "Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein" and the tune "Mangalyam," from the movie, "Saathiya."

Born in August 1968 in New Delhi, Kunnath graduated from Delhi school's Kirori Mal faculty, earlier than jumpstarting his profession via singing for jingles for advertisements, in keeping with CNN affiliate, News18.

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