Actor S. Ramakrishnan, who had starred in a number of Tamil serials and stage performs, died within the metropolis on Friday. He was 71 and is survived by three sons.
Ramakrishnan, who was often called ‘Ramki’ amongst his colleagues and pals, started his profession by starring in small roles in performs staged on the Egmore Fine Arts Centre and subsequently, went on to behave in over 3,000 performs spanning over 50 years.
He additionally acted in a number of Tamil serials and his notable appearances have been in Anandam, Cho’s Enge Brahmanan, Flight 172, Roja, Vazhkai, and Surya Vamsam, amongst different reveals. Ramakrishnan additionally acted in movies together with Super Deluxe, Bhagawathi, Bharati and Bala.
He was employed within the metropolis civil courtroom and owing to his love and fervour for performing, stored taking over roles in dramas and TV reveals.
His brother, ‘Mudhra’ Bhaskar, mentioned he had additionally written a number of performs and shot a documentary known as ‘Nawabilirundu Naveenamvarai’ on veteran stage artistes.