Popular singer KK passed away on May 31 in Kolkata. Her sudden disappearance left everyone in shock. The singer was in Kolkata to perform at a live concert after which he fell ill. It is said that after returning to his hotel room, he collapsed and fell. Rushed to hospital, he was pronounced dead. His mortal remains were brought to Mumbai and his cremation was due to take place today. Since the morning, many celebrities have arrived at KKof the residence to pay him a last tribute. His son was performing the last rites and now the final photos have come in from the crematorium and the late singer has been laid to rest.
KK put to rest
In the latest footage from Versova Crematorium, we can see the late singer finally cremated and laid to rest. His wife and children said an emotional goodbye to the singer. KKNakul’s son performed his father’s last rights. Since the morning, several celebrities from the industry have come to pay their last respects to the late singer. Singers like Hariharan, Javed Ali, Alka Yagnik, Rekha Bhardwaj and other celebrities like Vishal Bhardwaj, Kabir Khan, Himansh Kohli and others paid tribute.
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The mortal remains of the popular singer were transported from SSKM Hospital to Rabindra Sadan in Kolkata yesterday. KK’s wife, Jyoti, and their children also paid their last respects. Later, a gun salute was given to the late singer at Rabindra Sadan in Kolkata on Wednesday. Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was also seen paying tribute to KK. She was joined by the singer’s family.
Speaking about his post-mortem reports as per PTI, KK passed away due to cardiac arrest. A senior official told the news agency: “The initial report suggested that the singer had died of a myocardial infarction. There was no foul play behind his death. The clinical examination also revealed that the singer had prolonged heart problems,” the officer said, adding that the final report will be available after 72 hours.
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