Wednesday, September 08, 2010

RIP Heart Murali

The Tamil actor Idhayam Murali passed way today following heart attract, cause quite shock to everyone. It’s hard to believe the not too old soft character artiest and hero is no more. I think Murali is really much chanced to see his son’s successful debut on big screen, he shared with him recently. Thinking back his movies, he’s too good in emotional acting and set a path to those feel about their skin tone and many get inspire from him. My favorite film from him where porkalam, Idhayam, geetanjali, Kanave Kalaiyadhe, Vetri Kodi Kattu, Sundhara Travels, Puthu Vasantham...

I truly mourn to those who miss him deeply and struggle to get console from his sudden loss of life.

One of his best!

7 comments:

Kavi said...

What ! I didnt know this !! sad !

krystyna said...

He was 46, really not too old.
Very sad news.

Preetilata【ツ】 said...

really a sad news.

R.I.P

V Rakesh said...

Read about this! RIP!

jeba said...

pulicat news very good i am pulicat

jeba said...

Pulicat is a small town situated at a distance of 60 km from Chennai. Thiruvalluvar District It houses a Dutch cemetery dating back to the 17th century. The Dutch built a fort here in the year 1609, to ensure a comfortable stay at the Coromandel Coast for a long time. It was finally occupied by the British in 1825. After independence, the fort became a part of Madras state of India, which was later renamed as Tamil Nadu, in 1968. There is also a Dutch Church here, which has withered away in spite of renovation. Owing to the number of monuments and lakes present here, a trip to Pulicat is interesting from travel and tourism point of view. The cemetery is looked after by the Archaeological Survey of India. The main attraction of the place is the Pulicat Lake. The lake is separated from the Bay of Bengal, by a strip of land which comprises of the Pulicat town. Owing to its proximity to the sea, it has turned into a salt water lagoon. It is the second largest lagoon of India and boasts of a rich biodiversity. Therefore, the lagoon has been preserved as a Wildlife Sanctuary. A host of animals, such as the fish, aquatic and terrestrial birds, mammals and reptiles, find shelter here. It is the hub of migratory birds like Flamingos, which are the most frequent visitors, with about 15,000 of them visiting every year. Pelicans, Kingfishers, Herons, Painted Storks, Spoonbills and Ducks are some of the other birds that show up at Pulicat Lake every year. There is also a light house on the opposite side of the lake. Thus, Pulicat makes a good picnic spot for all. Pulicat town village 33 main Israelkuppam. A.JEBARAJ #25, NATTUPILLAIYAYAR KOIL STREET ISRAELKUPPAM, PULICAT – 601205 TEL: 044- 27900544, MOB: 9841849587 (Near- MCC estuarine Biological Laboratory)

jeba said...

Pulicat is a small town situated at a distance of 60 km from Chennai. Thiruvalluvar District It houses a Dutch cemetery dating back to the 17th century. The Dutch built a fort here in the year 1609, to ensure a comfortable stay at the Coromandel Coast for a long time. It was finally occupied by the British in 1825. After independence, the fort became a part of Madras state of India, which was later renamed as Tamil Nadu, in 1968. There is also a Dutch Church here, which has withered away in spite of renovation. Owing to the number of monuments and lakes present here, a trip to Pulicat is interesting from travel and tourism point of view. The cemetery is looked after by the Archaeological Survey of India. The main attraction of the place is the Pulicat Lake. The lake is separated from the Bay of Bengal, by a strip of land which comprises of the Pulicat town. Owing to its proximity to the sea, it has turned into a salt water lagoon. It is the second largest lagoon of India and boasts of a rich biodiversity. Therefore, the lagoon has been preserved as a Wildlife Sanctuary. A host of animals, such as the fish, aquatic and terrestrial birds, mammals and reptiles, find shelter here. It is the hub of migratory birds like Flamingos, which are the most frequent visitors, with about 15,000 of them visiting every year. Pelicans, Kingfishers, Herons, Painted Storks, Spoonbills and Ducks are some of the other birds that show up at Pulicat Lake every year. There is also a light house on the opposite side of the lake. Thus, Pulicat makes a good picnic spot for all. Pulicat town village 33 main Israelkuppam. A.JEBARAJ #25, NATTUPILLAIYAYAR KOIL STREET ISRAELKUPPAM, PULICAT – 601205 TEL: 044- 27900544, MOB: 9841849587 (Near- MCC estuarine Biological Laboratory)