Actress, comedian Subi Suresh passes away at the age of 42; details inside
The Malayali fame, Subi Suresh passed away on Wednesday morning after a long battle with liver disease. The all rounder celebrity died at the age of 41 years.
The actress was reportedly undergoing treatment in a private hospital and was ailing for liver transplant. No doubt, the nation lost a gem at a very young age! The talented actress started off her career as a dancer and as a comedian, hence performed many stage shows in the beginning. The world soon came to know about her witty and humorous personality. Subi made her first appearance in the TV industry with her first ever role in a Malayalam comedy series 'Cinemala'. A super hit serial that ran till 1000 episodes. Soon the star went on hosting shows like Mazhavil Manorama's 'Made for each other' and Surya TV's 'Kutty Pattalam'.
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Subi Suresh was born on August 23, 1988 in Kochi, Kerala. she completed her schooling from Radcliffe School,Kochi and completed her graduation from St. Teresa's College, Kerala.
The actress made her Debut in movie industry with Rajasenan directed 2006 movie 'Kanaka Simhasanam'. Later on she carried her legacy and did more than 20 films in the industry. Her greatest hits are 'Grihanathan', 'Thaksara Lahala', 'Elsamma Enna Aankutty' and many to be counted. On her unfortunate demise at such a young age, CM of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan expressed his deep condolences.
- PTC PUNJABI