Bollywood Singer KK passed away on Tuesday night after his live performance in Kolkata, at Nazrul Mancha. After which he suffered a massive heart attack, later to which the singer was taken to the hospital soon after which he was declared dead. While after a few viral videos of the singer sweating, the Kolkata police has recently registered a probe into the unnatural death of the legendary singer.
A case of unnatural death has been filed by the Kolkata police after taking consent from his family. According to the reports, One case of unnatural death has been registered with New Market regarding the death of singer KK After getting the family’s consent, an inquest and post-mortem will be done. Arrangements are being made for the postmortem at SSKM hospital, Kolkata.
His family reached Kolkata today morning. The police have been waiting for KK’s family members. They’ll be taking their consent and after the identification and inquest, KK’s body will be taken for postmortem. Reports state that KK will be taken to SSKM hospital for the same. The probe is on and the official is waiting for the preliminary results of the postmortem. Police will reportedly question the hotel staff and the organizers of the event.
While talking about the reason behind the singer’s death many of his fans took over the social media and wrote how the auditorium was jam-packed, while others mentioned how the AC wasn’t working at Nazrul Mancha. On the other hand, KK’s videos of sweating have been surfacing the internet, in the video the singer could be seen sweating profusely, reacting to which fans have started blaming the authorities for the lack of proper air conditioning.
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 from 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.