KK's demise: Netizens claim singer's son Nakul smiling at his funeral, question 'why he looking so happy'
On Thursday, KK was cremated at Versova crematorium in Mumbai in the presence of his family, friends, and celebs from the music industry.
Singer KK’s untimely demise on Tuesday night in Kolkata after a live performance was inevitably tragic news for the entire music industry and his innumerable fans. It has been most painful for the singer’s family members including his wife Jyoti and his son Nakul and daughter Tammara, who were heartbroken and shattered by his death.
Yesterday, the singer was cremated at Versova crematorium in Mumbai in the presence of his family, friends, and celebs from the music industry. His son Nakul performed the rituals and his wife Jyoti bid him a tearful goodbye. The photos and videos from the funerals are doing rounds on the internet. However, the netizens have claimed that the singer’s son and wife were smiling at his funeral pointing out the pictures.
While one user wondered, “Seriously they are smiling”, another questioned “why they looking so happy 😢😢” “Am I the only one can see smiling faces n funeral??? Shocking...dono has rhe hai” added another. Few also reacted to KK’s portrait kept alone on chair. “Why they are smiling and Kk’s pic is alone on chair 💔” the user wrote. Take a look:
The ‘Yaaron’ singer’ was performing live at Nazrul Mancha auditorium on May 31. He fell ill after he returned to his hotel, following which he was rushed to the hospital. He was declared dead on the arrival. The video circulating on the internet showed KK complaining about the heat, and visibly in discomfort. Earlier, a news report in PTI reported that the autopsy report of the singer gave a cardiac arrest as the prime reason for his death.
The 53-year-old singer was given a gun salute in Kolkata and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee condoled his family, his wife, son, and daughter. His body was brought to Mumbai late on Wednesday, after which industry friends paid their last tribute to him at the funeral on Thursday.