Veteran Malayalam entertainer Nedumudi Venu, who played key roles in well-known Tamil movies like Indian, Anniyan, and Sarvam Thaala Mayam, has died.
The famous actor, who entered the entertainment world in 1978, had acted in more than 500 movies in his vocation. He had likewise won three National Awards and three Filmfare Awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award.
The 73-year-old actor had as of late recuperated from COVID-19, however must be conceded in the emergency unit a medical clinic on Sunday following unexpected problems.
He entered the Tamil entertainment world with Gnana Rajasekaran’s acclaimed film Mogamul and got seen for his person as a direct CBI official in Shankar’s 1996 blockbuster Indian, which featured Kamal Haasan ahead of the pack. He worked with the producer indeed in Anniyan and was additionally roped in for Indian 2.
After several appearances in Poi Solla Porom and Silambattam in 2008, he got back to Tamil movies following an 11-year gap with Rajiv Menon’s music dramatization Sarvam Thaala Mayam, in which his exhibition as an observed Carnatic performer. As of late, he was important for the Mani Ratnam and Jayaendra Panchapakesan-created treasury Navarasa, in which he showed up in a short coordinated by Priyadarshan.
He started his vocation with theater and dramatization and later wandered into motion pictures. Nedumudi Venu appeared in Mollywood in 1978 with expert director G Aravindan’s film ‘Thambu’. The entertainer later proceeded to deal with numerous flexible jobs. He is otherwise called a gifted Mridangam player
On the work front
Nedumudi Venu’s new delivery was collections in Malayalam and Tamil. He was seen in ‘Aanum Pennum’ in Malayalam where he showed up in the ‘Rani’ portion of the anthology.’ Rani’ was coordinated by Aashiq Abu and composed by Unni R, and it highlighted Nedumudi Venu and Kaviyoor Ponnamma as an old couple. Nedumudi Venu will be next seen in ‘Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham‘, likewise directed by Priyadarshan.