KK's daughter Taamara performs her first gig with Shaan, shares pics: ‘Dad will be smiling somewhere’
Late singer KK's children – Taamara and Nakul – performed at a special concert to mark his 54th birth anniversary. Singer Shaan also joined them. Check out the pictures Taamara shared.
Children of late singer KK – daughter Taamara and son Nakul – performed their first public gig. KK's daughter has shared pictures from the event, as she remembered her father. The tribute concert was held on the occasion of KK's first birth anniversary on August 23 after his death in May. (Also read: KK's daughter Taamara says she, her mom couldn’t listen to his songs after death)
The pictures showed Taamara and Shaan performing together on the stage. Sharing the photos on Instagram, she wrote, "First gig! Was an amazingly overwhelming experience! Thanks to all the amazing artists who joined us! And special thanks to @singer_shaan uncle for making it really fun to sing ‘it’s the time to disco’ and just being really encouraging and supportive, dad will be smiling somewhere! Can’t believe what’s happening, and can’t stop wishing dad was here with us."
Fans showered the post with their love and appreciation for the newbie performers. “It was surreal seeing you and Nakul performing last night... the first of many many more magical nights . You have an amazing voice and looked smashing . Love you Taamara… keep shining,” one of them wrote. Another one commented, “Such a tremendous voice you both have... That power and melody... goosebumps all the time...️ A great Gig and a great start for you... Saw your interviews, you are shy so can totally understand how much power you gained to do this. Good luck girl, KK Sir is right there within you and with you always... More now like an angel.... And ma'am and sir both are surely very proud of you both… We KKians, devotees of KK Sir will always pour our love on you all... Love always and foreverrr.”
Earlier in the day, Taamara had shared a throwback picture with her late father from her childhood, and wished him on his 54th birth anniversary. On Friendship Day earlier this month, Taamara and Nakul dropped the new version of the Yaaron song that was originally sung by the late singer.