Fans of singer KK have started uploading video from his most recent show, which took place in Kolkata on Tuesday. In a couple videos, he can also be seen sweating considerably on stage, wiping his face with a towel, and grumbling about the venue’s air conditioning.
For about an hour in the evening, KK played at a performance organised by Gurudas College at Nazrul Mancha in south Kolkata. Officials stated he was “feeling heavy” when he arrived at his hotel and immediately fell. They said he was rushed to a neighbouring private hospital, where physicians confirmed him dead. While the singer’s remains is undergoing an autopsy, physicians believe a heart attack was the most likely cause of death.
While many fans noted that KK appeared ‘fit’ during his recent performance, several also criticised the event organisers for failing to provide adequate air conditioning at the location. “At Nazrul Mancha, the air conditioning was broken. He gave a performance there and complained about how hot he was because it wasn’t an open auditorium. If you look attentively, you can see how he was sweating, the theatre was closed, it was overcrowded, and Legend had to leave due to the authority’s neglect. “Not KK,” remarked a fan, who accompanied his tweet with a video.
AC wasn’t working at Nazrul Mancha. he performed their and complained abt it bcoz he was sweating so badly..it wasnt an open auditorium. watch it closely u can see the way he was sweating, closed auditorium, over crowded,
Legend had to go due to authority’s negligence.
Not KK pic.twitter.com/EgwLD7f2hW
— WE जय (@Omnipresent090) May 31, 2022
Another admirer commented on the video, “Is it just me or was he sweating heavily!” “Perhaps KK would still be alive today if he hadn’t performed last night in that closed and over-crowded theatre,” a tweet stated. We could see he was hot and bothered since he was sweating profusely. He had still performed for his admirers. We have lost a diamond due to inadequate management.
“Next time, let there be adequate working conditions,” a fan tweeted. He performed while severely sweating. There was no air conditioning in the room. Heat strokes and cardiac arrests do occur as a result of dehydration brought on by the heat. Allow for quick CPR and defibrillation in public spaces and hotels. “Not KK… please be safe.”
KK, who was in Kolkata for a two-day visit, also played at Nazrul Manch on Monday evening in a Vivekananda College event. On Wednesday, he was expected to go back to New Delhi