KK Birth Anniversary: His Love Story will restore your faith in Fairy Tales
- KK, the one Woman Man
- When did Jyoti become his Sunshine in his lowest phase of life?
KK Birth Anniversary: The sudden demise of legendary singer KK has shocked the entire nation. His last moments that were captured in the camera are giving us goosebumps. How can someone like him suddenly leave the world? His death is a gentle reminder for all of us that Life is Unpredictable. You can’t change the past and don’t know what the future holds for you. All you have is – Present, so live it the way you want.
Singer KK, whose real name was Krishna Kumar Kunnath, died in Kolkata after he felt uneasy during a concert. The legend has gone forever, but he continues to live in our hearts. The voice of love that he has left behind will continue to rule our playlists in all seasons of life. Be it farewell, your Pehla Pyaar, or even when you lose a loved one. KK was never involved in a controversy and lived a private life. But his love story is as soothing as his voice.
Like his classic hits, his love story was also one of its kind. Let us take a look at his classic love story that will restore your faith in Fairytales:
KK, the one Woman Man
Interestingly, KK defined love with his songs, for him it was his childhood sweetheart and wife Jyoti. Both met when they were in sixth grade. From school to his last breath, both were very much in love. He was a true one woman man.
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KK and Jyoti, who were together since childhood, got married in 1991. As marriage comes with its own set of responsibilities, KK decided to take up a job as a salesman. Post which, the couple tied the knot. Within 6 months of their marriage, KK was quite troubled by his job. With the support of his father and wife, he started making jingles with his friends. After that, he received many paid assignments but he was not happy.
When Jyoti became his Sunshine in his lowest phase of life?
During his low phase, Jyoti pushed him to shift his base from Delhi to Mumbai. In the year 1994, he moved his base from Delhi to Mumbai. Soon after, he had his first breakthrough with his first album Pal in 1999. He also got his Bollywood Hit with Salman Khan – Aishwarya Rai – starrer Hum Dil Chuke Sanam. His song Tadap Tadap Ke was an instant hit.
During an interview, he revealed that Jyoti helped him to make a decision that he would have never taken for himself. He said, “She helped me get out of a certain state of mind, and she continues to do that. I am lucky that I got married before I got settled. Jyoti helped me in settling down.”
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In an era where people are losing faith in true love. Their love story is a classic example that true love exists. Some people love with all their hearts and do not leave when time gets tough.
KK is survived by his wife Jyoti, son Nakul and daughter Tamara.
On KK birth anniversary, we wish strength and blessings to his family
Happy Birthday Legend!