Kailash Kher dead? Indian playback singer and music composer – cause of death

Kush accidents have affected the music world in the last 2 years The incident two days ago #shidhumoosewala that didn’t even stem from the murder Another bad news #Kk no longer exists!
The death of the famous #पार्श्व singer #संगीत is an irreparable loss to the world!

Kailash Kher (born 7 July 1973) is an Indian singer and composer. The songs he sings have a musical style influenced by Indian folk and Sufi music. He was inspired by classical musicians Pandit Kumar Gandharva, Pandit Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Pandit Bhimsen Joshi and qawwali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.

Kher was awarded the Padma Shri Award by the Government of India in 2017. He also won two Best Male Singer Awards: one for the Hindi film Fanaa (2006) and one for the Telugu film Mirchi (2013), among several other nominations.

With a powerful voice and unique musical style, Kher has become one of the most popular singers in India.

Kerr was born on July 7, 1973, to a Kashmiri family in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India. His father Mehar Singh Kher was a traditional folk singer. Kher’s first exposure to music was in his childhood. Growing up in music, he has been fascinated and fascinated by music since his school days, listening to his father’s Indian folk songs all day long. [8] Already at the age of four, Kher showed a natural talent for music, often impressing friends and family by singing out loud with his prematurely powerful voice.

At the age of 14, Kher left home in search of a master or institution to continue his musical education and began a year-long study of classical and folk music. According to him, “It was because I wanted to pursue my passion for music. It required me to remain isolated”. [10] He also took music lessons and tutored students for just £150 per session to support himself, taking care of all his personal expenses from accommodation to food, as well as his education and music expenses.

Despite not being able to find a suitable master or school, Kher started learning music by listening to it. He heard Indian classical singers such as Pandit Gokulotsav Ji Maharaj, Pandit Kumar Gandharv, Pandit Bhimsen Joshi and later Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Lata Mangeshkar and their contemporaries.

He then tried a family friend’s Indian handicraft export business until 1999. However, when the company collapsed, he became depressed and even attempted suicide in early 1999. [13] He went to Singapore and Thailand, where he stayed for six months.