Tamil Actor Arulmani Passes Away at 65 Due to Heart Attack in Chennai
Tamil Actor Arulmani Passes Away at 65 Due to Heart Attack in Chennai

Chennai: Tamil actor Arulmani, renowned for his memorable performances in movies like Singam, Lingaa, Azhagi, and Thandavakone, passed away at the age of 65 due to a heart attack in Chennai on April 11. Arulmani, who had recently shifted his focus from cinema to politics, was actively involved in campaigning for the political party AIADMK for the upcoming elections.

In the past few days, Arulmani had been traveling across various regions of Tamil Nadu on behalf of AIADMK to rally support for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. However, upon returning to Chennai for a brief respite, he was admitted to the Government Royapettah Hospital after complaining of discomfort. Despite immediate medical attention, he succumbed to the heart attack, as confirmed by doctors.

Trained in acting at the Adyar Film Institute, Arulmani graced the silver screen with his talent in Tamil films like Singam 2, Saamaniyan, Sleepless Eyes, Thendral, and Thandavakone, sharing the screen with esteemed actors like Suriya and Rajinikanth. He also founded the Movement Training School and was recognized for his philanthropic endeavors. Arulmani is survived by his wife and two children.

Remarkably, Arulmani's demise marks the fourth loss in the Tamil film industry in a short span. Comedian Seshu passed away on March 26 at the age of 60 due to health issues, followed by Daniel Balaji's untimely death at 48 due to a heart attack on March 29. Additionally, Vishweshwara Rao lost his battle with cancer at the age of 64 on April 2.

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