‘Sufiyum Sujathayum’ director Naranipuzha Shanavas bids farewell
KOCHI: Malayalam director Naranipuzha Shanavas, who suffered a huge attack on Tuesday gave up the ghost at Aster Medicity on Wednesday.
He was delivered to Kochi during a very critical condition. He was on ventilator support, Kochi. According to the hospital authorities, the health condition of Shanavas was very critical and was getting worse. Hospital authorities said, “On the way from Coimbatore to Kochi, he suffered another asystole which worsened his state. The doctors tried hard to revive him but despite all efforts, he died at 10.20 pm.”
The 40-year-old director of “Sufiyum Sujathayum” was undergoing treatment at a personal hospital in Coimbatore. He suffered a serious attack while on the sets of the film ‘Gandhirajan’ at Attapadi in Palakkad. Consistent with the hospital authorities in Coimbatore, he was delivered to the hospital last week during a very critical stage and was on ventilator support. As per the doctors, he suffered a shock, a serious attack during which the guts fails to stay enough blood pumping to stay up the traditional vital sign. His other organs including kidney and brain functions were also affected.
His family left from Coimbatore in an ICU ambulance around 5: 30 pm and therefore the police provided a green corridor, appealed to the general public to cooperate and clear the route as they wanted to move him as soon as possible. Actor and Producer Vijay Babu on his Facebook page on Wednesday also shows his condolences and posted, “He left by leaving tons of memories for a lifetime and stories told me. We tried our best”.
Shanavas made his debut in 2015 with the movie ‘Karie’. Sufiyum Sujathayum was his second movie which was released this year.