RIP: Indian Film Industry Pays Tribute To DMK Leader M. Karunanidhi

M. Karunanidhi, DMK chief and then Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu left for the heavenly abode on Tuesday i.e 7th August. He died in Kauvery Hospital at 6.10pm. He was 94 at the time of death. The Tamil Nadu government announced a public holiday on Wednesday and the state will observe a seven-day mourning to pay respect to the chief.

The Indian film industry is mourning at the death of the stalwart. Rajinikanth took to his Twitter handle expressing his grief.

Here’s his tweet.

Not only the veteran actors, also the young artists from the southern movie and Hindi film industry, expressed their condolences on social media for Kalaignar. Karunanidhi was not only a great leader, he was also a writer who wrote many books, novels and also wrote dialogues for plays and movies.

Actor Siddharth tweeted: “The last Tamil titan has fallen. Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi was an incomparable man. TamilNadu has lost at once its greatest contemporary political and creative enigma. Our beautiful language Tamil will miss Kalaignar Karunanidhi. This void he has left will take ages to fill.”

He also urged the state government to “make it the last Marina memorial”.

Actress Nagma also expressed her grief. She tweeted: “He lead the Dravidian movement wth a lot of personal integrity and provided social cohesion to the Tamilian cause through his far-sighted leadership and administrative skills.”

Also, Bollywood celebs like Shatrughan Sinha, Riteish Deshmukh, tweeted on Kalaigar’s death.

Even the young Priya Prakash Varrier wrote: “The Son of the Sun has set, never to rise again….RIP Kalaignar.”

We, the team of expresses our heartfelt condolence to the chief M. Karunanidhi.





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