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Born: May 22, 1948, Alappuzha, India
Died: October 11, 2021, KIMSHEALTH Trivandrum, Thiruvananthapuram, India
Spouse: T. R. Susheela
Children: Unni Gopal, Kannan Gopal
Awards: Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Malayalam
Parents: P. K. Kesavan Nair, P. Kunjikkuttiyamma
Birthday: May 22, 1948
Died At Age: 73
Died On: October 11, 2021
Place Of Death: Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Sun Sign: Gemini
Also Known As: Kesavan Venugopal Nair
Born Country: India
Born In: Alappuzha, Kerala
Famous As: Actor
Actors Indian Men
Spouse/Ex-: T. R. Susheela
Father: P. Kunjikkuttiyamma
Mother: P. K. Kesavan Nair
Children: Kannan Gopal, Unni Gopal
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Venu was married to T. R. Susheela. The couple had two sons: Unni and Kannan.
Nedumudi Venu was married to T. R. Susheela. They had two sons together, Unni and Kannan.
He died on 11 October 2021, at a hospital in Thiruvananthapuram due to post-COVID-19 complications.
Venu was a great actor who had worked in more than 500 films.
He received the Best Actor award in the year 1981 for Vidayaparayum and in 1987 for Oru.
He earned three National film awards and six Kerala State film awards.
He also shared screen space with Zeenat Aman, Victor Banerjee, Roopa Ganguly, and Soha Ali Khan.
He also directed the Doordarshan’s show Kairali Vilasam Lodge.
His last film is Marakkar Lion of the Arabian Sea.
Kesavan Venugopal better known by his stage name Nedumudi Venu, was an Indian actor and screenwriter from Kerala, who predominantly worked in Malayalam cinema.
He acted in more than 500 films, primarily in Malayalam and also in Tamil in a career spanning nearly five decades.
He wrote screenplays and directed one film.
Nedumudi Venu won three National Film Awards and six Kerala State Film Awards for his various performances.
Venu was born as Venugopal to P. K. Kesava Pillai, a school master and P. Kunjikkuttiyamma in Nedumudi as the youngest of their five children.
He had four elder brothers.
He had his primary education from NSS Higher Secondary School, Nedumudi, and St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Champakulam.
He was involved in art and music since his academic period.
After graduating from Sanatana Dharma College, Alappuzha, he worked as a journalist in Kalakaumudi and as a teacher in a tutorial institute.
Venu was living in Thiruvananthapuram when he made friends with the likes of Aravindan, Padmarajan and Bharath Gopi.
This ultimately paved the way for his film career. He was a Mridangam player.
Venu started his career in theater and went on to act in films. He was a member of Kavalam Narayana Panicker’s dramas.
He debuted in the film Thambu (1978), by director G Aravindan. His acting skills were showcased in the Bharathan film Aaravam.
Padmarajan’s Oridathoru Phayalwan and Kallan Pavithran set a milestone for him.
It marked his start in Karanavar (head of the family) roles, which included most of his memorable performances.
Venu wrote scripts for movies.
He wrote the stories for the films Kattathe Kilikkoodu, Theertham, Sruthi, Ambada Njaane!, Oru Katha Oru Nunnakkatha, Savidham and Angane Oru Avadhikkalathu.
He also tried his hand in direction with Pooram.
He acted in a few Tamil films with director Shankar, such as Kamal Hasan’s Indian and Vikram’s Anniyan.
Venu acted in some television serials.
He acted in NFDC film Parinamam (The Change), directed by P. Venu that won the best screenplay award at the Ashdod International Film Festival held in Israel.
He won the Best Actor award for his role in Saira at the Zimbabwe International Film Festival which concluded in September 2007; Saira was the only film from India to be included in the festival.
The committee mentioned that he acted compellingly and convincingly in his portrayal of a man caught between secularism and fundamentalism.
Venu died at KIMS Hospital in Thiruvananthapuram on 11 October 2021, at the age of 73.
He was receiving treatment for liver-related ailments after recovering from COVID-19 prior to his death and died from kidney-related issues and sepsis.
His dead body was cremated with full state honours at Santhikavadam Crematorium in Thiruvananthapuram on the next day.
Numerous people from various stratas of life paid homage to him.