Veteran actress Vanisri's son Abinay Venkatesh passed away

Veteran actress Vanisri's son Abinay Venkatesh passed away
Yesteryear actress Vanisri's son Abinaya Venkatesh Karthik passed away on Saturday in Chennai. Abhinay, 36, died of a heart attack while sleeping. He was a practising medicine at Annapurna Medical College, Chennai. He was survived by his wife and a child.

Meanwhile, there are reports that the actor’s death is a suicide. He was reportedly hanging in the bathroom of his home. It is said that doctor Abhinaya Venkatesh Karthik was in a state of depression due to the inability to meet his wife and children. According to reports, he committed suicide by hanging himself in a tree in the back of the house. But many have denied it as a rumour and there are other report that Abhinaya Venkatesh Karthik is said to have died of a sudden heart attack in the night. We are yet to get any official information on his death from his family.

Vanisri was a leading actress in the Tamil and Telugu film world of the 1960s and 70s. She has also acted in some Kannada and Hindi films. He has acted in films such as Sivakami’s Selvan, Vani Rani, Velli Vizha, Punniya Bhoomi, Nirai Kudam. Vanisri’s film ‘Vasantha Maaligai’ starring Sivaji Ganesan took her to the top of fame. Balaji, CID Sakunthala starred in the film was celebrated at the time.

The film was released in 1972 and ran for more than 200 days. After 47 years, Sivaji Ganesan’s fans have welcomed the release of the ‘Vasantha Maaligai’, which was released on digital screens last year.

Vanisri had quit acting during the late 1970s to take care of her family and concentrate on her personal life. After she quit acting, she got married. She also has a daughter - Anupama. Vanisri had made a comeback to films in the late 1980s by acting appearing in supporting roles. Her character as Atha in Chiranjeevi’s Athaku Yamudu Ammayiki Mogudu is the most memorable one.


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