R.S. Shivaji Family: Veteran Tamil actor and comedian passes away

Here we are going to give the details about the R S Shivaji as the public is searching about him over the internet. The public is searching for him over the internet and not only that they also like to know details about his death. So, we have brought information about him in this article for our readers. Not only that we are also going to give the details about his death as the public is searching about it over the internet. So, keep reading through the article to know more.

RS Shivaji

Who was R.S. Shivaji?

Recently the news about a popular actor and comedian RS Shivaji went viral over the internet. The news about his death has been devastating for the fans and for his loved ones. At the time of his death, his age is 66 and some of the fans also like to know this. His family is going through a hard time right now and the fans have taken upon the internet to show their support and send their condolence to his family. In the next section of the article, we are going to give more details about him.

RS Shivaji

Shivaji was the brother of actor and director Santhana Bharathi and the son of actor and producer M R Santhanam. Shivaji is most known for frequently appearing in Kamal Haasan films including Michael Madana Kama Rajan, Vikram, Sathya, and Anbe Sivam. However, Shivaji’s breakthrough performance came in Apoorva Sagodharargal, where his comedic scenes with Janagaraj were a major success. The actor has performed in many films throughout the years, mostly in comedic roles before converting to supporting roles in more recent years. He received praise from critics recently for his performances in the flicks Gargi and Kolamavu Kokila.

RS Shivaji

In the Yogi Babu-starring movie Lucky Man, which was released last Friday, Shivaji made his final film cameo. The wonderful comedic scenes from the 1989 Kamal Hassan film “Apoorva Sagodharargal” that conclude with the line “Saar Neenga engage pitanga” were playing repeatedly on television, on social media, and in the memory of many cinema fans. R S Shivaji, 66, who played constable Sambandam and made audiences laugh more than three decades after the film’s release, passed away here on Saturday. At his home in RA Puram, according to his family, he had a sudden heart arrest. This was very shocking and devastating for the family and for fans. Stay tuned with us to know the latest news.

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