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Indian actors mourn the loss of Karunanidhi


In the evening hours of 7th August 2018, Karunanidhi breathed his last in Chennai at the Kauvery hospital. His mortal remains at the Rajaji Hall for the public to pay homage. Karunanidhi, was the chief of the part DMK (Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) died when he was 94 years old.

Ever since the announcement of his death, people have been speaking about the end of an era, and how Tamil Nadu’s revolutionary leader is gone. Celebrities too took to their social media pages to convey their regards for the great leader.

1. Rajinikanth

“This is a black day I can not forget in my lifetime of my artist’s day. Let his soul rest in peace”.

2. Kamal Haasan

“When Anna was alive, the two who grew to guard the party were Kalaignar and MGR. It is only honourable that all three be revered in the same place. It is sad that the young ones who joined the party after MGR don’t honour this. Had MGR been alive and Kalaignar had passed away, he would have ensured that Anna’s thambi was near him.

3. Mohanlal

4. Prakash Raj

5. Ajith

“Muthamizh Arignar, Mooththa Thalaivar, 5-time Chief Minister of the state of Tamil Nadu, Dr. Kalaignar was a renowned person in the field for literature, politics, and also a powerful leader. I would like to deliver my condolences to his grief-stricken family, the party members of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, and the people of Tamil Nadu.

6. Kajal Aggarwal

7. Raghava Lawrence

8. Vishal

9. Allu Arjun

10. Ramya Krishnan

11. Riteish Deshmukh

12. Trish Krish

13. Vikram Prabhu

Apart from politics, Karunanidhi has contributed immensely to cinema as well. He began his career as a screenwriter in the Tamil film industry with the film Rajakumari (1947). He then went on to write over 30 films. His last film as a writer was Ponnar Shankar (2011). He was famous for writing stories that had social and historical themes. One of his most popular films is Parasakthi (1952) which started Sivaji Ganesan in the lead. The film supported the Dravidian ideology and went on to become a box-office success. A leader who changed politics with his party DMK in Tamil Nadu and went on to become one of India’s greatest politicians.

Rest in peace, great leader.

Raisa Nasreen

Raisa Nasreen loves everything about the world of entertainment. Being a film buff, She sheds most tears watching an emotional film and shudders at the thought of watching a horror film. Her hobbies include watching dubbed movies that evoke laughter. Apart from balancing her life on a fence, she is a content creator who loves to gorge on biryani.

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