Malayalam entertainer Nedumudi Venu’s died on Monday (Oct 11), leaving media outlets broke. Mammootty, who imparted immense compatibility to Nedumudi Venu has offered a passionate recognition.
The hotshot wrote a powerful note, thinking back the distinctive recollections of Nedumudi Venu. Mammootty reviewed that he initially met face to face during the shoot of the 1982 film ‘Komaram’ and it was the start of their fellowship. “It was Venu, who made the way for new sights, information, and universes to me. Road theater, music, society craftsmanship, performing expressions like Kathakali and Koodiyattam, its maestros and the manner in which it is performed, and numerous different subjects, that I had little information about,” Mammootty said in his note.
Mammootty added that there was a constant flood of excitement when Nedumudi Venu was near. “I didn’t have the foggiest idea what fatigue was when Venu was near. He generally had a genuinely new thing to discuss, though, I barely had anything to share, aside from the little things that occurred during my school days. The kinship that we framed during those occasions later developed into a more profound bond,” he added.
Mammootty thought back some precious recollections they made during the 80, on shooting sets and Madras.
The hotshot additionally shared that Nedumudi Venu had acted in ‘Bheeshma Parvam’ and ‘Puzhu’, which Mammootty was as of late shooting for. Mammootty turned enthusiastic and added that the late entertainer was a sibling, an aide, a dad-like figure, and past that for him, which words would neglect to communicate.