Mimicry artist Kollam Sudhi passed away suddenly on Monday, leaving fans and the TV show industry in shock. He gained fame for his impressions of famous Mollywood stars on the comedy show ‘Star Magic’ and his appearances in films like ‘Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan’. Sudhi also played a leading role in the popular show ‘Made For Each Other’ on Mazhavil Manorama, where he portrayed a character who was being sought after by his girlfriend, played by Subi Suresh. The show’s fictional love story and their conversations had garnered laughs from the audience.
The sudden demise of popular Malayali mimicry artist Kollam Sudhi has left the TV show industry and audiences in shock. Known for his hilarious impersonations of Mollywood stars, including Jagadeesh, Sudhi had gained immense popularity for his performances.
While he became a household name through the hit comedy show ‘Star Magic’, where he shared the screen with Binu Adimali, Noby Marcose, Ullas Pandalam, Thankachan and Nelson, his acting skills were also noticed in films like ‘Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan’.
However, it was his role in the popular Mazhavil Manorama show ‘Made For Each Other’ that endeared him to fans and audiences alike. In the show, Sudhi played the character of a Malaysian man who is being searched for by his girlfriend, played by Subi Suresh.
As the show progresses, the audience is treated to a fictional love story between the couple, with the search for Sudhi’s character providing a parallel track. The conversations between them were laced with humor and managed to evoke many laughs.
Despite being a comedian, Sudhi’s contribution to the entertainment industry was immense, and his sudden demise has left a void that will be difficult to fill. His performances on TV and in movies will be remembered fondly by his fans and admirers.
It is a tragedy that such a talented individual had to leave us so soon. Sudhi’s passing is a reminder that life is fleeting, and we must make the most of our time here. His memory will live on through his work, which will continue to entertain and bring joy to audiences for years to come.
Rest in peace, Kollam Sudhi.