The famous Indian film actor Nedumudi Venu dies at the age of 73

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Vinu is a famous actor in the South Indian film industry, especially in Malayalam movies. He is a three-time national award winner and is well-known for his roles in “His Royal Highness Abdullah” and “Magham”.

He was admitted to the hospital due to fatigue and weakness on October 5 and was transferred to the intensive care unit on Saturday, a spokesperson for the private institution where he was treated told CNN.

Praveen Jojo, the liaison officer for KIMSHealth in Thiruvananthapuram, southern Kerala, said Venu passed away early in the afternoon.

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The doctor who treated Vinu told CNN that he died of kidney-related problems and sepsis.

Local media reported that Venu had recovered from Covid-19 earlier this year.

Vinu made his first appearance in the Malayalam film “Thampu” (“Circus Tent”) in 1978 and won his first place for his role in the 1981 film “Vida Parayum Munpe” Award for best actor in Malayalam.

Leading figures in the South Indian film industry paid tribute on social media, actor Prithviraj Sukumaran wrote on social media Twitter Venu’s “work system and your expertise in craftsmanship will always be the research materials for future generations.”
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Malayan actress Manju Warrier wrote a touching eulogy on Instagram, saying that Vinu comforted her after her father died. The two shared screen space in multiple movies, including “Daya” in 1998 and “Udaharanam Sujatha” in 2017.
At the same time, writer and member of Parliament for Thiruvananthapuram Shashi Tharoor (Shashi Tharoor) Twitter He was “deeply saddened” by the death of Vinu, who was “recognized as one of the best actors in Malayalam movies.”

Vinu continued acting until shortly before his death, and appeared in the movies “Yuvam” and “Aanum Pennum” earlier this year.

He also has many upcoming works, including “Maraca: Arabian Sea Lion” and “Aratu”.



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