R Mayilsamy, a well-known Tamil comedian, died early on Sunday in Chennai from a heart attack at the age of 57. When his family and coworkers brought him to Porur Sri Ramachandra Medical College in Chennai, he complained of feeling uneasy while dubbing for a movie, but he passed away on Sunday morning.
Mayilsamy worked in more than 100 films
Recently, another very sad news has come from the South Film Industry. According to information, Tamil cinema actor and comedy artist Mayilsamy (2 October 1965 – 19 February 2023) is no longer among us. He died in Chennai in the early hours of Sunday. Recently, the Artists Association said in a tweet that the 57-year-old comedian suffered a heart attack this morning and died on the spot. Mayilasamy has acted in over 100 films, including those with top actors Ajith Kumar, Vijay and Kamal Haasan. He also used to appear in TV debates many times.
Cause of Mayilsamy’s death
Mayilasamy died this morning on 19 February 2023. According to doctors, the cause of death is said to be a heart attack.
In the South Indian entertainment sector, Mayilsamy was a well-liked television veteran who was renowned for his exquisite comedic timing. In well-liked Tamil daily soap operas and films, he primarily performed supporting roles. Mayilsamy was also a well-known stand-up comedian, TV personality, stage performer, and theatre artist. From his earliest years, Mayilsamy was active in theatre and stage performances. He also performed and toured Tamil Nadu with a well-known local comedy troupe. Also, he appeared in a number of stand-up comedy films, such as “Sirippoo Sirrippu.” As the host and judge of the well-liked comedy programme Asathapovathu Yaaru, which aired on Sun TV, Mayilsamy made his debut on Tamil television.
In 1984’s Dhavani Kanavugal, in which he shared the lead role with K. Bhagyaraj, he made his acting debut. He started his film career in the 1980s. Early in his acting career, he worked with renowned actor Kamal Haasan in the films Apoorva Sagodharargal (1989) and Michael Madhana Kama Rajan (1990), both of which had tiny roles for him. He gained notoriety for his performance in Vivek and Dhool (2003). For more detail click here.