On KK’s 54th birthday, his wife Josie Krishna commemorated him on social media. She shared old photos of them on Instagram and wrote a sweet note: KK died of a heart attack during her performance in Kolkata on May 31st.
Josie shared the photo, writing, “Darling, Happy Birthday. In the photo, KK captured Jyothy when clicked. KK said he first saw Josie in sixth grade. They dated for years after that before he tied the knot in 1991 before he started his career.They have two children with him. Nakul and Taamara. They recently re-released their late father KK’s song Yaaron. On May 31, KK appeared for about an hour in a concert organized by Gurdas College in Nazrul His Mancha, South Kolkata. Officials said he felt “heavy” after arriving at the hotel and immediately collapsed.
He was taken to a nearby private hospital, but doctors pronounced him dead. KK’s first Bollywood song was Chhod Aye Hum from the movie Maachis, but he gained recognition with the 1999 song Tadap Tadap. He has sung in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Bengali. Some of his best works include Tu Aashiqui Hai from National Award Winning Jhankaar Beats, It’s The Time To Disco from Kal Ho Naa Ho, Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai from Gangster – A Love Story, and Khuda Jaane from Bachna Ae Haseeno. there is.