On This Day – KK’s Death Anniversary: Here’s A Compilation of His Best Songs That Hit Nostalgia

KK aka Krishnakumar Kunnath was known as the ‘Voice of Love’.

Ask a 90s kid to create a playlist, and you’ll be surprised to see that it comprises mostly of KK’s songs. In India, almost everyone who loves good music is a huge fan of KK aka Krishnakumar Kunnath. And the reason is simple; KK’s songs taught us everything from friendship to love to heartbreaks and more!

The 31st of May is a tragic day as it was on this very date back in 2022 that KK passed away in an untimely death. He was performing at Nazrul Mancha, Kolkata, at a college concert, and suddenly suffered a cardiac arrest.

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However, the legendary singer left a strong legacy behind that will forever remain untouched. Today, on his death anniversary, we have compiled a list of his best songs that hit nostalgia.

Pyaar Ke Pal

“Pyaar Ke Pal” is the third song from KK’s debut solo album ‘Pal’. Upon its release in 1999, the song instantly made everyone fall in love with the singer’s magnetic voice. The song is considered a love anthem, and it makes us reminisce about all the good memories we have with our loved ones.

Aankhon Mein Teri

“Aankhon Mein Teri” captures the emotions one experiences while being in love. The song is a masterpiece, having made a whole generation feel the magic of love more instantly.

The track plays at a pivotal moment in the film ‘Om Shanti Om’, where the protagonist (played by Shah Rukh Khan) sees his crush (played by Deepika Padukone) for the first time.

Sach Keh Raha Hai

“Sach Keh Raha Hai” captures the pain one experiences during a heartbreak. The lyrics (especially the part “maine har lamha jise chaaha, jise pooja, ussi ne yaaron mera dil toda toda, tanha tanha chhora”) penetrates deep into our soul and evokes a series of emotions.

The song is included in the soundtrack of ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’.


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