– Mimicry artist Kollam Sudhi passed away in a car accident on Monday morning in Thrissur.– Actors Noby Marcose, Mammootty, Seema G Nair, and Nivin Pauly expressed their condolences on social media.– Sudhi’s close friend Seema G Nair expressed pain over his sudden passing.– Sudhi was returning home with other artists after a show in Vatakara, Kozikode.
On June 7th, news broke of the tragic passing of Kollam Sudhi, a beloved mimicry artist from Kerala, India. Sudhi was killed in a car accident on Monday morning while returning home from a show in Vatakara in Kozikode. Along with Sudhi, other mimicry artists Binu Adimali, Ullas, and Mahesh were also travelling in the car when it collided with a goods carrier vehicle in Thrissur.
The news of Sudhi’s death has left many in the entertainment industry and fans in shock and mourning. Noby Marcose, who had appeared in several skits with Sudhi, expressed his shock and pain on social media. The film actor and comedian also wrote about how Sudhi had so much more to do and that his untimely death was very painful.
“My dear brother, you still had so much to do. You left before you could don all those characters, and also left a huge void in our world,” wrote Marcose.
Sudhi was known for his incredible mimicry skills and had a huge fan following in Kerala. He was a regular performer at various events and shows, where he would impersonate famous personalities and entertain audiences with his hilarious skits.
The news of Sudhi’s death has sent shockwaves through the Malayalam film industry, with many actors and actresses expressing their condolences on social media. Mammootty, Seema G Nair, and Nivin Pauly were among the many who paid tribute to Sudhi.
Seema G Nair, who was a close friend of the actor, said she was pained by the actor’s sudden passing. She wrote, “I still can’t believe that you are not with us anymore. You were such a wonderful person and an amazing artist. Your passing has left a huge void in our hearts.”
Sudhi’s death is a huge loss to the entertainment industry in Kerala, and his fans will miss him dearly. The outpouring of love and condolences on social media is a testament to the impact he had on the lives of many people.
In these difficult times, it is important to remember the joy and laughter that Sudhi brought to so many people’s lives. His legacy as a talented mimicry artist will live on, and he will be forever remembered for his incredible performances and the happiness he brought to his fans. Rest in peace, Kollam Sudhi.