Urvashi Rautela mourns demise of late Tamil actor Vivekh, shares throwback video



Urvashi Rautela mourns demise of late Tamil actor Vivekh, shares throwback video

Actress Urvashi Rautela took to social media on Sunday to mourn the demise of Padma Shri actor Vivekh and recall her experience of working with him in her upcoming Tamil debut film. The first schedule of the film was shot in Manali last month. Urvashi shared a photograph with the late Tamil film actor on Instagram and a video where the two of them can be seen reading a script and practicing the dialogues.

Sharing the photo and video on Instagram, Urvashi wrote: “I will miss you forever my Padma Shri @actorvivekh sir. My experience of working with a legend like you in my debut Tamil film is unforgettable. I’m so shocked by the loss. You cared for me & cared for the world. Your comic timing & dialogues. Your love for the trees. My heartfelt condolences to Vivekh sir’s family, friends and fans. #RIPVivekh. I have some best memories of my life with you….Thank you sir for everything.”

Tamil film comedian and Padma Shri recipient Vivekh passed away on Saturday at a private hospital in Chennai. He was 59. He died due to ill health in a private hospital in Chennai. 

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Earlier, Producer Boney Kapoor also paid his tribute and shared a rare picture of the actor with his late wife Sridevi, Boney Kapoor revealed that the veteran actress was his ‘big fan.’ He also said that Sridevi had introduced him to Vivekh’s work.

Boney Kapoor said, “My wife @sridevibkapoor was a big fan of actor Vivek she had got me hooked to his hilarious acts. Your presence and humour will be missed by all. I pray for strength to his family at this difficult time. #RIPVivek,”

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Vivekh made his debut in 1987 in the film “Manathil Urudhi Vendum” directed by the late K. Balachander. He has acted in over 200 films and was awarded the Padma Shri in 2009 and the Kalaivanar award from the Tamil Nadu government.

-with IANS inputs