Murali fans are struggling to come out of his shocking death news

Tamil and Kannada actor Murali died of heart attack on Wednesday morning and his sudden death has shocked thousands of his fans. Murali passed away at the Ramachandra Hospital in Chennai at 4.00 am on 8th September. He was rushed to the hospital on Monday after he complained of chest pain on Monday. But he died on Wednesday morning following a massive heart attack.

The talented actor was known for his honesty and friendship. He considered them more than anything else in life. The bilingual actor had fans both in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Some of his fans from Kannada and Tamil film industries, who are currently staying in different countries, were thunderstruck when they read his death news.

Recently, Murali had introduced his son Atharva with the movie “Baana Kaathadi” in which he himself had played a pivotal role. A few days ago, the actor was on a private TV channel “Kadhai Alla Nijam” with Laxmi & direct live interview in a local Tamil channel. Murali had performed the engagement ceremony of his daughter Kaavya on September 05. He had also attended the marriage of Superstar Rajinikanth’s daughter Soundarya. Several of Murali fans wanted him to enter politics. He is survived by his wife Shobha, daughter Kaavya and son Atharva.

His sudden death has shocked thousands of his fans and his fans are struggling to come out of shocking death news. On behalf of Murali fans we express deepest condolences to the actor family and friends. May his soul rest in peace.

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