Abhinay Deo film Savi to feature last song of KK

Abhinay Deo, Savi, KK, Vaada Humse Karo, Anil Kapoor, Divya Khossla, Harshvardhan Rane, Mukesh Bhatt, Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Shiv Chanana, Sakshi Bhatt

Mumbai: As the excitement builds for Abhinay Deo eagerly awaited film Savi, the makers have unveiled a touching behind-the-scenes video showcasing the legendary singer KK recording his final song, Vaada Humse Karo for the movie. This sneak peek into the creation of Vaada Humse Karo promises to tug at the heartstrings of fans, evoking tears and emotions alike.

The live recording video serves as a testament to KK’s unmatched talent and enduring impact on the music industry. With each note, KK’s timeless voice resonates with passion and emotion, leaving an indelible mark and reminding us of his remarkable legacy. The song enhances the excitement of the film even further.

Savi features Anil Kapoor, Divya Khossla and Harshvardhan Rane in lead roles. The film promises to be a roller coaster ride of thrill and suspense, showcasing Divya Khossla in a never-before-seen avatar. An Abhinay Deo film is produced by Mukesh Bhatt, Bhushan Kumar, and Krishan Kumar, under the banners of Vishesh Films and T-Series. Shiv Chanana and Sakshi Bhatt have joined in as co-producers. To know the story of how a simple housewife masterminds a dangerous jail break and whether she succeeds, head to your nearest theatre on 31st May 2024.

Krishnakumar Kunnath (23 August 1968 – 31 May 2022), popularly known as KK, was an Indian playback singer. He recorded songs primarily in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada language. Noted for his versatility in a variety of music genres, KK is regarded among the greatest playback singers of India. He was a recipient of two Screen Awards, alongwith nominations for six Filmfare Awards.

KK began his career by singing advertising jingles and made his film debut in 1996 with a song in Maachis. KK released his debut album, Pal in 1999. The songs “Pal” and “Yaaron” from the album became popular, and are used in school graduations. The album turned out to be his career breakthrough. The song “Tadap Tadap Ke” from the 1999 film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, earned him his first Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer nomination. KK went onto establish himself as one of the leading singers of the 2000s with successful songs in various languages.


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