Malayalam TV industry shocked after actor Sabari Nath dies of cardiac arrest suffered while playing badminton
Malayalam Television actor Sabari Nath was rushed to hospital as he suffered cardiac arrest while playing badminton
Thiruvananthapuram: Malayalam Television actor Sabari Nath died due to cardiac arrest while playing badminton on September 17. Malayalam Television industry is in shock after hearing the sudden demise of their co-star.
According to reports, the 43-year-old actor suffered from a cardiac arrest while playing badminton. He was hospitalised at a private hospital in Thiruvananthapuram and breathed his last on September 17.
The actor is survived by his wife and two daughters.
The Malayalam actor began his career with the show Minnukettu and later became a popular actor in the popular serial Nilavilakku. The other popular serials where Sabari Nath acted are Amala, Sreepadam and Swami Ayyappan.
It is also to be noted that Sabari Nath was also a trained badminton player.
The late actor was seen playing a pivotal role in the newly launched serial, Padatha Painkili.
Television actors took to social media accounts to pay tribute to Sabari Nath. Many actors are still in shock realising that their co-star is no more. Actress Archana Suseelan wrote, "Cant believe 😔😔😔 RIP🙏🙏🙏."
Actress Alice Christy wrote, "Sabari chetta... I can't even believe that you are no more in this world.... You are one of those people with whom I have worked for so many years chetta.... Heartbroken ....Heartfelt condolences... We will miss you chetta."
Actor Shiju wrote, "My heart felt condolences. Still can't believe 🙏🙏🙏🙏."