Playback singer KK’s untimely demise is a massive jolt to the Indian Film Industry as well as his followers across the globe. The 53-year old vocalist passed away after a music show in Kolkata on May 31, 2022.
In his job spanning over thirty years, the preferred singer have actually had lots of successful cooperations. One among them was with Shankar Mahadevan. The duo collaborated on chartbuster songs like ‘It’s The Time To Disco’ (Kal Ho Na Ho) and also ‘Koi Kahe’ (Dil Chahta Hai).
Shankar Mahadevan in his most current interaction with Hindustan Times opened on his bond with KK. The singer-composer revealed that he and also KK had a lengthy association also prior to they entered films, as well as included that there were friends, like a gang. He recalled vocal singing jingles with the ‘Tadap Tadap’ singer prior to they made their transition into films and also collaborated on innumerable tracks.
The tabloid quoted Mahadevan as claiming, “More than that, he would bring a lot of energy into the studio whenever he used to go into. There used to be a mood of positive power. For 20-30 mins, he would certainly faff around, and afterwards chat for hours. Months back, we satisfied at a TV program, we were all teasing him ‘You resemble Benjamin Button, since you are ageing backwards’! He was looking fantastic.”
Calling KK a family man, Shankar remembered, “He made use of to discuss his family, take off on long holidays, removed from the world Additionally, he was not bothered about social networks, he really did not even have a WhatsApp number. If you intended to talk to him, you had to call him straight. He wasn’t worried about the number of likes his tracks obtained.”
When directed out that despite being an achieved artist, KK really did not obtained numerous awards, the vocalist stated, “He was not bothered about all that. He was only picky concerning his shows, and never utilized to go if any type of Tom, Dick and also Harry called.
Shankar Mahadevan was one of minority celebs that went to KK’s funeral service in Mumbai on June 2.