KK (Singer) Biography, Age, Death, Height, Wife, Children, Family, Facts, Caste, Wiki & More



About KK

KK (singer) was born on 23-08-1968 in Delhi, Indian as Krishnakumar Kunnath. He was an Indian Singer, Playback Singer, Songwriter, Musician & Composer who sang in many languages including Hindi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Gujarathi, Assamese, Bengali & Marathi.


Name KK
Full Name Krishna Kumar Kunnath
Nick Name KK
Date of Birth 23rd August 1968 [1]wikipedia
Place of birth  Tiruchur Kerala
Marital Status Married
Home Town Delhi, India
Nationality india
Religion Hindu
Address Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Physical  Stats

Chest Size 40
Biceps Size 12
Waist Size 32
Skin Colour Fair
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black


Father C. S. Nair
Mother Kunnath Kanakavalli
Brother Not Known
Sister Not Known
Affair/Wife Jyothy Krishna
Daughter Tamara Kunnath
Son Nakul Krishna Kunnath (singer)

Personal Life

School Mount St Mary’s School, Delhi
College Kirori Mal College, Delhi
Qualification B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce)
Hobbies Travelling, Writing & Singing
Marital Status Married
Debut Tamil Song – College Style from film Kadal Desam (1996)
Bollywood Song – Tadap Tadap Is Dil Se from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)
First Album – Pal (1999)
Best Friends Shaan


Received award as Best Play back singer for his album PAL, For khudha Jaane in 2009 etc

He has great hits songs. He sung numerous number of songs and won many awards

Relationship & more

Affairs/ Girlfriend : N/A

Favorite Things


Money Factor

Salary INR 3 Lakhs Per Song
Net Worth N/A

Contract Info

Official Website
Email Address [email protected]
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Contact Number Hitesh Bhatt – 09370917772
Anoop Shetty – 09820994009
Best Known for Tadap Tadap Is Dil Se
Khuda Jaane
Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai
Tu Jo Mila
Zindgi Do Pal Ki
– among others


After pursuing a bachelor’s from Kirori Mal College in Delhi,  KK had a short stint of around eight months as a marketing associate in the hotel industry. He left his job and shifted to Mumbai. A.R. Rehman gave him the first break as Singer. He made his singing debut with the song “College Style” in the Tamil film Kadal Desam in 1996. KK’s made his Bollywood debut with the iconic song Tadap Tadap Is Dil Se from the film “Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam” in 1999. After his Bollywood debut, he capitulated to the limelight. Sony Music signed a contract with KK in 1999 and released his first album, “Pal”. KK was famous for his versatile singing skills and with the high-pitched voice that he possesses, his singing skills had been a revolutionary change in the industry. In his personal life, KK was happily married to Jyothy and had a son named Nakul Krishna and a daughter named Tamara. [2]IMDB

Songs List of KK

  • Vachadura from Brunadavanam
  • My heart is beating Adola from JAlsa
  • Feel My love from Arya
  • Daayi daayi dama from Indra etc

Some unknown facts about

  • KK was an Indian playback singer who sings in multiple languages such as Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, Kannada, and Telugu.
  • In 2009, he won the Best Male Playback Singer award at the Filmfare awards for the song ‘Khuda Jane’.
  • In the reality show Fame Gurukul, he was invited as a Jury member.
  • He had given his voice to more than 500 Hindi and 200 songs in other languages.
  • He also worked as a Marketing executive for six months after completing his studies.
  • He never got any formal training in singing but it was his passion and hard work which made him one of the most successful singers.

Health Issues, Illness and Death Info

KK (Krishnakumar Kunnath) died at the age of 53 on 31-05-2022 (Tuesday) in Kolkata from a cardiac arrest. After performing at Nazrul Mancha for a Fest of Gurudas College, he was feeling unwell. And on the way from college to his hotel room, he suffered from a cardiac arrest suddenly. He was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was found dead.

 DEATHDAY 31 May,2022 (Tuesday)
 DEATH PLACE Kolkata, West Bengal


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