Famous Tamil joke artist Mayilsamy dies, he was 57

Well known Tamil joke artist entertainer Mayilsamy died on Sunday, February 19. He was 57. Reports said that he died while he was being taken to Ramachandra Emergency clinic in Chennai’s Porur. Mayilsamy had worked in numerous Tamil movies alongside top joke artists like Vivek and Vadivelu. He was likewise a mimicry craftsman. His partners and individual entertainers, for example, MS Bhaskar, Ramesh Kanna, Parthiepan and others visited Mayilsamy’s home to pay their sympathies. As per reports, the entertainer had been unwell. His body was kept at his home in Saligramam, Chennai, for guests to offer their final appreciation.

The entertainer was apparently raced to the Ramachandra Emergency clinic after he grumbled of distress. He was pronounced dead when he was brought to the emergency clinic. Mayilsamy made his presentation in Tamil film in 1984, with a little job in chief K Bhagyaraj’s Dhavani Kanavugal. He proceeded to play comedic jobs in excess of 100 Tamil films throughout the long term.

However Mayilsamy assumed little parts at first, he before long began to highlight in many movies in supporting jobs. He likewise made his introduction to TV by assuming a little part in the famous series Marmadesam. He likewise showed up as an adjudicator on the Sun Television program Asatha Povathu Yaaru

The late entertainer played a few notorious characters in Ghilli, Dhool, Thiruvilayadal Aarambam, Seenu, Devathaiyai Kanden, Uthama Puthiran, Veeram, Kanchana, and numerous others. Mayilsamy was best associated with his coordinated effort with the late humorist entertainer Vivek. He won the Tamil Nadu State Film Grant for Best Humorist for his exhibition in the 2004 film Kangalal Kaidhu Sei.

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