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Theepetti Ganesan Passed away – Celebrities pay homage!

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Character actor Theepetti Ganesan has admitted to Madurai Rajaji Government Hospital due to ill health. In this case, Theepetti Ganesan passed away last night without any improvement in his health. Karthi alias Theepatti Ganesan made his debut in Tamil cinema with the 2009 film ‘Renigunda’. Directed by R. Panneer Selvam, the film stars Johnny, Sanusha, and Nishant in the lead roles. Theepetti Ganesan played the role of Vijay Sethupathi’s friend in the 2010 film Thenmerkku Paruvakatru directed by Seenu Ramasamy. Ganesan acted along with Vijay Sethupathi, Vasundhara, and Saranya Ponvannan. This movie is a National Award winner movie in 2010 and Ganesan’s acting has well received by the audience.

Theepetti Ganesan Passed away

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Ganesan, who played the role of a young man who changes tracks at a young age in the film ‘Renigunda’, was much talked about. He also acted with Vijay Sethupathi’s ‘Themmerkku Paruvakatru’, Ajith’s ‘Billa 2’, Vishnu Vishal’s ‘Neerpparavai’, Vikram’s ‘Rajapattai’, and Nayanthara’s ‘Kolamavu Kokila’. Likewise, he acted continuously and also acted so well in all these movies. His last film is ‘Kanne Kalaimane’, released in 2019, the film was directed by renowned director Seenu Ramasamy. The film starred Udayanithi Stalin as the protagonist and Tamanna as the heroine.

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Theepetti Ganesan, who suffered from a lack of subsequent film opportunities, has been doing various small businesses. Last year, during the Corona curfew, he released a video claiming that he had no money to buy milk. Seeing this, the poet Snehan extended a helping hand to him. Ganesan has admitted to the Rajaji Government Hospital in Madurai due to ill health, In this case, Theepetti Ganesan passed away. Director Seenuramasamy has condoled his death. He wrote on his Twitter page, “I was heartbroken to hear the news of the death of Thambi Ganesan, the best actor who acted in my films, Thampi Ganesan, at the Madurai Rajaji Government Hospital due to ill health. Dear Ganesan “Rest in Pease”.

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