Veteran Malayalam actor Nedumudi Venu, 73, breathed his closing on Monday at a non-public health center in Thiruvananthapuram. He had just lately recovered from Covid-19.
Venu, who had starred in over 500 movies, was once rushed to the extensive care unit of the health center on Sunday after he complained of uneasiness.
Born as Kesavan Venugopal; Venu began his occupation as a journalist. He made his performing debut in G Aravindan’s Thambu (1978).
Venu has 3 Nationwide Movie Awards and 6 state movie awards to his credit score. He was once broadly in style for his memorable persona roles. A few of his best possible characters come with a Christian priest in Chamaram, Chellappanasari in Thakara, Balagopalan in Yavanika, Govindankutty in Aarorumariyathe and Ravunni Nair in Oru Minnaminunginte Nurunguvettam.
Venu had additionally acted in a couple of Tamil movies. He even directed one movie. He additionally starred in an English film titled Chaurahen.
Malayalam film Aanum Pennum was once his closing free up. He was once gearing up for the discharge of Mohanlal and Priyadarshan’s mega-budget epic Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham.