Everyone is shocked by the death of veteran Bollywood singer KK, everyone is mourning in their own way. Bollywood actor Kamal R. Khan also lamented on Twitter, but wrote something that caused people to troll him. KRK wrote: “The world remembers only two kinds of people, those who die young or those who die doing something.”
In the tweet, KRK wrote: “But the truth is the game is over for the one who dies. The world doesn’t care about anyone’s passing. Bollywood used to go along with Rajesh Khanna, Vinod Khanna, Dilip Sahab, Raj Kapoor and still It works without them today. My grandmother, my maternal grandfather and my mother are gone. Who is missing?”
KRK wrote in another tweet: “Learned from the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput and KK that there is no use for more money and planning in life. Because no one knows what moment will be the last moment of life.
My departure will make a difference: In another tweet, KRK wrote: “Only my departure will make a difference in Bollywood. Because after that there will be no one to tell the truth of Bollywood to the public. In KRK’s tweet, users criticize it fiercely. A user named Manish wrote: ” Brother, you just left. I also want to see all of Bollywood cry.”
Handler Kungfu Guru commented, “So stop spreading hate on Twitter. Just spread love.” Amunk Shavarn wrote: “Give this legacy of yours to someone.”
We report that for the death of KK, all the Prime Minister’s artists and cricketers have expressed their sorrow. Many people including Akshay Kumar, Virat Kohli, Emraan Hashmi, Shreya Ghoshal have tweeted.
Let us tell you that KK was holding a concert in Kolkata on May 31st. where her health deteriorated. After which she returned to her hotel. She fell unconscious on the stairs of the hotel where she was staying. When they took him to the hospital, he was already dead.
Many videos before KK’s death are going viral on social media. In which her health is clearly visible during the concert. He was immediately removed from the scene. At the moment, the cause of his death will only be known after the autopsy.