Singer KK: Mortal remains to cremated in Versova Hindu Cemetery at 1 PM Today.

The last rite/ritual of playback singer Krishnakumar Kunath, known by his stage name KK, took place today. His body was taken to his apartment.

He is survived by his wife Jyothy Krishna and children Kunnath Nakul, Kunnath Taamara.

According to reports, "Antim Darshan" Started from 10:30 to 12:30 at the Fisheries University's Park Plaza. Rd., Inlaks Nagar, Versova, Andheri (W). Meanwhile, the singer will be cremated at 1pm at Versova Hindu Cemetery, Yari Street, Sai Nagar, Versova, Andheri.

KK died on Tuesday night at the age of 53, hours after appearing at an event in Kolkata. He was then taken to the CMRI hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The singer's body was taken to Rabindra Sadan after an autopsy at the SSKM State Hospital.

West Bengal Government Proves K.K. with a gun salute to his mortal remains.

Chief Minister Mama Banerjee, who oversaw the process, paid tribute to the late singer.

KK is a legendary singer with an extraordinary voice and unique ability to capture emotion in his voice. The singer's sudden death on Tuesday night shocked all of his fans and admirers.

Fans and celebrities mourned his passing and paid their respects by sharing his amazing songs on their playlists and changing their social media statuses to include his songs.

KK is a multilingual singer who sings in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Bengali, among others.

Music fanatics and fans will always remember KK with its iconic songs from many films and albums.

KK is famous for his songs such as "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, "Tadap Tadap" from the film Hum Dil de Chuke Sanam.

Every kid from the 90's will always remember KK for the album's title track "Pal" as well as "Yaaron" which gave a lot of purpose to friendship. His voice created a connection with listeners that left them wanting more, and the emotional connection was so great that these songs are still played in schools and in farewell offices to this day.



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