Bollywood singer KK made his debut with song ‘Hum Rahe Ya Na Rahe Kal’ in 1999 unfortunately it became his last song as well. The song became the choice of the youth while fans took to the internet and wrote their response saying the most iconic farewell song.
On Tuesday the actor performed the song during his concert in Kolkata, discussing which one of the students named Shibasis Banerjee who attended the singer’s concert said, “He posed with us for selfies and also gave us autographs when we requested,”.
Discussing about KK’s performance, he further added, “He performed one song after another on the stage. A huge number of people gathered to see him. It is unbelievable that he is no more. I met him at such a show during the initial days of my college, when I told him that today, he instantly recognised me,”.
While the netizens also shared their reactions on Twitter a user posted a video from the concert as he wrote, “This was the last song of his life’s last performance.“Yeh Pal”-true that, yeh pal will never be the same again… #KK will be missed forever. Had goosebumps while watching the video. The crowd with mobile torch lights on, as if it was an final adieu in making & unknowingly waiting”
Many Bollywood celebs including Akshay Kumar, Emraan Hashmi, and others grieved the loss. West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee tweeted, “The sudden and untimely demise of the Bollywood playback singer KK shocks and saddens us. My colleagues have been working since last night to ensure that all requisite support is given for necessary formalities, his rites and to his family now. My deep condolences.”
The singer shared a post of his concert on Tuesday, May 31, as he wrote, “Pulsating gig tonight at Nazrul Mancha. Vivekananda College !! Love you all”. The singer was known for his songs like Tadap Tadap (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, 1999), Dus Bahane (Dus, 2005), and Tune Maari Entriyaan (Gunday, 2014) and more.