South Indian movie producer K Muralidharan no more
Team Udayavani, Dec 2, 2022, 10:17 AM IST
Well-known movie producer of the Southern film industry K Muralidharan has passed away. He reportedly breathed his last in his hometown in Tamil Nadu’s Kumbakonam due to a heart attack.
Muralidharan teamed up with the late V Swaminathan and G Venugopal, to start Lakshmi Movie Makers, a production house that brought out hit movies like Anbe Sivam, Bagavathi, and Pudhupettai.
Muralidharan was formerly the president of the Tamil Producers’ Council.
Movie star Kamal Haasan wrote a heartfelt message on the passing of K Muralidharan. In a Tweet in Tamil, Haasan wrote: “Producer K from Lakshmi Movie Makers who produced many hits is no more. Dear Shiva, I remember those days. Tribute to him(sic).”
பல வெற்றிப்படங்களைத் தயாரித்த லட்சுமி மூவி மேக்கர்ஸ் நிறுவனத்தைச் சேர்ந்த தயாரிப்பாளர் கே. முரளிதரன் மறைந்துவிட்டார். அன்பே சிவம் நாட்களை நினைத்துக்கொள்கிறேன். அஞ்சலி.
— Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) December 1, 2022
“Shocking shoking news LMM Murali no more…RIP (sic),” wrote Actor-director-producer Manobala in a Tweet.
Shocking shoking news LMM Murali no more…RIP
— Manobala (@manobalam) December 1, 2022
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