PM Modi, AR Rahman, Mohanlal Share Grief On Actor Vivek’s Death

Actors, filmmakers express condolences on Vivek’s passing away.

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Several prominent personalities including politicians, actors, filmmakers and music composers expressed their grief and shock over the untimely death of actor Vivek. The 59-year-old Tamil comedy star passed away in Chennai on Saturday morning. According to doctors, he had a 100 percent blockage in the LAD (left anterior descending artery) vessel, which led to a massive cardiac arrest.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted his condolences saying that, “Both in his films and his life, his concern for the environment and society shone through.”

R Madhavan tweeted that he was “heartbroken and stunned” at Vivek’s sudden demise. “I will so miss your laughter, wisdom and care,” he commented online.

Music maestro AR Rahman also remarked that he could not believe that Vivek had left us.

Mohanlal also offered his condolences via Twitter.

Malayalam star Prithviraj offered his condolences online and said that he was privileged to have worked with Vivek.

Actor Samantha Ruth Prabhu put a message on Instagram saying, “My heart feels heavy as I write this. Vivek sir's passing feels like a personal loss. He was an actor, comedian, environmentalist and a great human being. My deep condolences to vivek sir's family. You will forever be a part of us. May your soul rest in peace.”

Actor and filmmaker Suhasini Hasan said that she was shattered and had lost a brother and dear friend.

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