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Kanika Kapoor Mourns The Death of Her ‘Precious Sister’

Popular Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor has been bereaved of her close friend Annabel Treon’s death, which she considered as no less than her ‘precious sister’. Sharing a mournful post on the same, she confirmed this sad news on her Instagram post.

Singer Kanika Kapoor is mourning the death of her sister-like friend Annabel Treon. Kanika, who recently appeared as a judge on the famous singing platform, The Voice India, shared this sorrowful news amongst her Instagram fans.

Paying a soulful tribute to her “precious sister”, Kanika wrote, “I have no words to express how I feel today! Worse day of my life.. holding on to all the beautiful memories forever… Love you.” However, the singer didn’t specify the cause of death for this tragic event, though.

Besides a video, she also shared few pictures of herself and Annabel posing together where the two were sharing some happy moments together. Several friends of Kanika from the industry, including Sophie Choudry and Kubbra Sait have offered their condolences on this big loss of hers.

The Lucknow-born and bred singer has managed to get a special place for herself in the Bollywood. Lending her melodious voice to several popular songs, Kanika has been a popular name amongst the singer’s list. Kanika had began her Bollywood playback singing career with the famous song Baby Doll for the film Ragini MMS 2. The song became viral, trailing to a chartbuster song due to which Kanika earned her widespread popularity and several accolades, including the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer.

She further gained higher recognition and success in the industry by singing several hit songs including Lovely for the film Happy New Year(2014) and Chittiyaan Kalaiyaan for the film Roy (2015). The Song Da Da Dasse from the film Udta Punjab (2016) had also earned her several Best Playback Singer awards and nominations.

Preeti Singh

She is an aspiring writer and has been into our the domain of content writing since a year. She joined CT as an intern and soon took over full-fledged writing for Bollywood. She contributes news articles for CT and intends to write on diverse issues on Bollywood.
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