RIP KK: Terence Lewis Pays Heartfelt Tribute To Singer With His Emotional Performance On ‘Sach Keh Raha Hai Deewana’-VIDEO Inside

Choreographer Terence Lewis pays tribute to late singer KK by dancing to his song 'Sach Keh Raha Hai Deewana’

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RIP KK: Terence Lewis Pays Heartfelt Tribute To Singer With His Emotional Performance On ‘Sach Keh Raha Hai Deewana’-VIDEO Inside
Popular Bollywood singer Krishnakumar Kunnath, popularly known as KK, passed away on May 31 due to a massive cardiac arrest after a live performance in Kolkata. The singer was performing at Nazrul Mancha when he suddenly left unwell. KK was declared 'brought dead' by doctors. Heartfelt tributes continue to pour in for the singer from the entertainment industry and fans. Recently, choreographer Terence Lewis gave an emotional performance on his song ‘Sach Keh Raha Hai Deewana Dil’.

Terence shared a video of it on his Instagram handle and wrote, “Gone Too Soon. KK you will live with us forever.” In the tribute video, the dancer was seen showing his moves along with his colleague. Terence’s expressions say it all.  Reacting to the clip, many fans mourned the sad demise of KK and prayed for his departed soul in the comments section. ALSO READ: KK Sudden Death: The Late Singer Could Have Been Saved If CPR Was Given On Time, Reveals A Doctor Who Conducted His Autopsy


In his career spanning more than a decade, KK gave many hits and memorable songs with Emraan Hashmi. The Murder actor too expressed his condolences over KK’s tragic death and said he will always live in our hearts through his songs.

Meanwhile, in the latest update on KK’s death, Kolkata Police commissioner Vineet Goyal revealed to PTI that there was no situation where fans were short of space during KK's live performance and that AC was working properly. He added that KK arrived at Nazrul Manch at 6.22 pm and went on stage at 7.05 pm. At no point in time, he was mobbed as they had sufficient police presence at the place. Goyal also mentioned that the air-conditioning of the hall was functioning contract to reports.