Popular Indian entertainer Kollam Sudhi has reportedly died in a road accident. The 39-year-old lost his life after the car he was travelling in collided with a goods carrier today morning at Kaipamangalam.
Actor Binu Adimali, Ullas Arur and Mahesh were also injured in the accident. Kollam Sudhi was seriously injured and rushed to Kodungallur AR Hospital but his life could not be saved.
According to the police, at 4:30 AM in Kaipamangalam, a car carrying Sudhi (39), Ullas Aroor, Binu Adimali, and Mahesh collided with a truck.
“It was a head-on collision. All of them were taken to the hospital but Sudhi lost his life. The other three are undergoing treatment,” police told PTI.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan condoled the death of Sudhi. Sudhi was known for his comedy roles in various television programmes and has also acted in a couple of movies.
In addition, he was well-known for hosting various shows on television. In just a few years after making his film debut in 2015, Sudhi established a name for himself.
Sudhi was born on January 1st, 1984 in Kollam, Kerala. He began his career as a mimicry performer and quickly rose to fame for his impersonations of other celebrities.
In 2010, he then made his acting debut in the TV show “Flowers Star Magic.” Later, he appeared in a number of other television shows, such as “Comedy Stars” and “Comedy Unplugged”.
Sudhi made his film debut in the 2015 movie “Kaanthaari”. He then went on to star in films such as “Kuttappanayil Ritwik Roshan”, “Kuttanadu Marappa”, “An International Local Story”, and “Kesu Evideyo”. He was also a part of the Malayalam movie “Swargathil Katturumbu” which was released in 2022.