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What Was Kainakary Thankaraj Cause Of Death? Ee.Ma.Yau Actor Dead At 77, Funeral Updates & Latest News!

Kainakary Thankaraj

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As per the reports, home actor Kainkary was facing liver-related issues for a long time. He was there at residence Keralapuram where he breathed his last breath. On 3rd April i.e Sunday he died at the age of 77. According to the reports his funeral will take place on Monday morning around 9 a.m. He got a big fan following from his fans and audiences watching his movies where he played the role of Vavachan in the film Ea.Ma.yuo. However, he started his debut working with Prem Nazir’s starter film which was Aan Pachan. He did almost 35 films and out of which there are many noticeable and appreciatable movies. Stay tuned to our website TheGossipsWorld.com for more latest updates!!!

Kainakary Thankaraj Death Reason

Kainakary Thankaraj Death Reason

He was the son of a famous theatre artist who was Krishnan Kuttay. Thankaraj almost played 10,000 roles in many movies and he was awarded the best theatre actor award not knowing once, but twice. Many noticeable personalities gave tribute to Thankaraj and also posted on their Facebook handles to give tribute to him. He will be always remembered for his great acting and the roles he played. The home director Thomas gave him a tribute by sharing his picture and also wrote a note for him

Kainakary Thankaraj Latest News

Soul of our Home# Kainakarythankaraj, Where he expressed his emotion and said that he will be loved and never be forgotten. Kainkary was born in Kochi, Kerala. Talking about his studies so he did complete his graduation and he worked in Mollywood in many movies. our deep condolence to his family we lost a brilliant artist. He is known for his portrayal and the character roles in Malayalam, he is a veteran actor who is known for his excellent performance which includes romance and comedy.

Kainakary Thankaraj: Funeral Updates, Last Pics & Videos

He was shown in romantic comedy and thriller movies in lead roles. Ea ma yau was a good cinematic movie of him, with realistic and noisy plotting and indeed it was well shot and well enacted. The story was undoubtedly good. The sets, the location, the camera work, and his actions were fantastic and real. Too real to be comfortable. Malayalam cinemas are the best in the cinema, lights year better than Bollywood, unfortunately not given enough publicity in the home country.

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