Mimicry artist Kollam Sudhi laid to rest

Kollam Sudhi's wife Reshma (Left) is inconsolable as his mortal remains are kept at the church. 'Star Magic' co-star Aishwarya Rajeev is also seen. Photo: Manoramaonline

The mortal remains of mimicry artist and comedian Kollam Sudhi who died in a car mishap were laid to rest at the Reformed Anglican Church cemetery at Thottakad in Kottayam on Tuesday. The ceremony was attended by friends, family, neighbours and colleagues from the cine and television industry.

The mortal remains were kept at his rental house at Vakathanam on Tuesday morning, following which, it was taken to the MD UP School at Ponganthanam for public to pay their last respects.

Actor and mimicry artist Thankachan attends the funeral ceremony. Photo: Jins Michael | Manorama

The actor’s body was also kept at Vakathanam panchayat auditorium for some time and then escorted by a mourning procession to the church.

Sudhi had become a household name after his appearance in the hit comedy show 'Star Magic', in Kakkanad.

Actor Prasanth Alexander arrives to pay homage to the late mimicry artist. Photo: Jins Michael | Manorama

Actors Suresh Gopi, Suraj Venjaramood, Sreevidya Mullacherry, among others paid their homage to the mimicry artist on Monday evening.

'Star magic' co-star Aishwarya Rajeev and television anchor Lakshmi Nakshathra, who were inconsolable, were present throughout the ceremony.

People assemble in front of MD UP School at Ponganthanam to pay homage to the mimcry artist. Photo: Jins Micheal | Manorama

The mimicry artist has also appeared in a couple of movies, while his most noticeable role was in 'Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan'.

Sudhi had been residing at Vakathanam for the past five years since his marriage to his second wife Reshma. The family recently shifted to a new house on rent recently. Sudhi is survived by two children.

Kollam Sudhi's wife Reshma's sister in front of the actor's mortal remains. Photo: Jins Micheal | Manorama

The actor had once revealed that he had faced a lot of hardships raising his elder son as a single parent.

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