Urvashi Rautela took to social media on Sunday to mourn the demise of actor Vivekh and recall her experience of working with him in her upcoming Tamil debut film.
Bollywood actress Urvashi Rautela took to social media on Sunday to mourn the demise of Padma Shri actor Vivekh.
The late actor's wife Arulselvi also thanked his fans who thronged their Saligramam residence to get one last glimpse.
Vivekh has also been a charismatic presence as an actor, bringing to his serious characters like in Boys, Sivaji, Alaipayuthey a rare vulnerability that even some top actors fail to register.
Actor Vivekh’s pursuit of social change rode on his humour; He was also a man of action who earnestly worked on fulfilling Kalam’s dreams
Vivekh had a Coonoor connection that the residents here recall sentimentally. As a child, the actor had spent some time here.
Corporation officials said that around 9.8 lakh people in Chennai had received the vaccine first dose.
The characters Vivekh played reflected the times we lived in. He dealt with issues ranging from superstitions, caste and religion to taxes, water problems and other ills plaguing present-day society.
After sourcing it from a friend working in BSNL, veteran journalist Jenraam took to social media to share the photo that the comedian-activist had wanted to see when they last met
The veteran actor had a hundred-percent blood clot in his left artery, hospital officials said, adding that it may not be related to Covid vaccination.