On May 31, Bollywood lost a very good singer KK. The music world was shocked when the news of KK’s death came to light. The singer is remembered for his many hit songs. His track ‘Yaaron’ is probably the most remembered song. Now, as a tribute, his kids Tamara and Nakul have recreated it along with many legendary singers and paid tribute to their father. Tribute to Papa on Friendship Day Are in great demand. The kids of KK along with Shaan, Papon, Benny Dayal, Dhvani Bhanushali and Leslie Lewis paid a soulful tribute to their father on this famous track.
Tamara’s emotional post Tamara, sharing the song, wrote on Instagram, ‘Watch this guys! ‘Friends’ forever! It was very special and close to my heart! And I think this was the first time that me and @nakul.krishna.music have sung together. I wish Papa was singing with us. Hope you guys enjoy it as much as we had fun recording it with these amazing artists! We got to record dad’s song at Purple Haze Studios. In the same studio they recorded this song almost 24 years ago and it was a very special time! Love you forever papa.
Singer KK’s daughter appealed, said – stop spreading hatred against Papa’s team, Leslie showered on the children, Love Leslie also commented on the post. He wrote, ‘A special moment in my life.. to recreate this song and with you both makes it even more special! I am proud of you both. The video of the song begins with KK performing the track on stage and the scenes quickly shift to a studio where everyone is recording the song.
KK’s death in Kolkata KK was performing in Kolkata when he started feeling restless on the stage. He was then taken to the hospital but died due to cardiac arrest. A senior police officer confirmed the news and said, “Initial reports suggest that Singer died due to breathlessness. There was no foul play behind his death. The clinical examination also found that the singer was suffering from cardiac problems for a long time. Apart from Yaaron, KK has given many more memorable songs like Aankhen Mein Teri, Khuda Jaane, Beete Lamhe, Tadap Tadap, Sach Keh Raha.