Singer KK died on Tuesday, shortly after his live performance at a university competition in Kolkata. In a brand new interview, singer Subhalakhmi Dey, who carried out on the similar venue, Nazrul Mancha auditorium, the place KK gave his final efficiency, shared new particulars. Subhalakhmi stated that after seeing the massive crowd exterior the stadium, KK didn’t wished to get out of the automobile. Additionally Learn: Om Puri’s spouse Nandita Puri blames West Bengal govt for KK’s loss of life: ‘Kolkata killed him’
KK carried out at a live performance organised by Gurudas School at Nazrul Mancha in Kolkata for nearly an hour on Tuesday night. He was “feeling heavy” after reaching his lodge, and shortly collapsed, officers stated. KK was taken to a close-by non-public hospital, the place medical doctors declared him introduced lifeless.
In an interview with India Right now, Subhalakshmi stated, “There was an excessive amount of crowd exterior of the auditorium on the time KK arrived. KK arrived at 5.30 pm. At first, he stated if they can not take away the gang ‘I will not get out of the automobile’.” She added, “It’s apparent we get sweaty if the corridor is overcrowded. As soon as he requested to dim the stage lights. However, if he might say that he was feeling uneasy, we might have stopped the present.”
West Bengal authorities on Wednesday paid final respects to KK with a gun salute in Kolkata. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who supervised the proceedings, paid floral tributes to the late singer, whose physique was stored at Rabindra Sadan for a while.
One of the crucial versatile singers of the Indian movie business, KK had recorded songs in a number of languages, together with Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Bengali. He’s greatest recognized for his songs Zindagi Do Pal Ki from the film Kites, Aankhon Mein Teri from the film Om Shanti Om, Khuda Jaane from the film Bachna Ae Haseeno, and Tadap Tadap from the film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, amongst many others.