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Cho Ramaswamy passes away: Tamil film personalities may homage

Multi-dimensional personality Cho Ramaswamy, who was a friend of Late CM Jayalalithaa, passed away on Wednesday morning at about 4 AM at Apollo Hospital in Chennai. Incidentally, it was the same hospital where the beloved Amma of Tamil Nadu was admitted for treatment.

Cho Ramaswamy passes away: Tamil film personalities may homage

Mumbai: Multi-dimensional personality Cho Ramaswamy, who was a friend of Late CM Jayalalithaa, passed away on Wednesday morning at about 4 AM at Apollo Hospital in Chennai. Incidentally, it was the same hospital where the beloved Amma of Tamil Nadu was admitted for treatment.

The irreparable loss of Jayalalithaa and Cho Ramaswamy has created a vacuum in not just Tamil Nadu’s political spectrum but on pan India politics because they were iconic and influential personalities with mammoth experience and astuteness.

A few members of the Tamil film industry paid homage to Cho Ramasway, who was also into directing films and writing screenplays. The founder and editor of Thuglak magazine, Cho was also an actor par excellence. He could effortlessly tickle people’s funny bone with his comic skills and expressions.

Here are a few reactions that came after Cho’s demise:

Kamal Haasan:

Another icon leaves us. Deepest condolences to the family and fans.

Rajinikanth:

R Madhavan: #ChoRamaswamy -learned N intelligent man of the sharpest wit and http://humour.RIP sir-Awesome onstage,unforgettable in films.

Actor Ajith Kumar, who had flown in from Bulgaria where he was shooting for his next yet-untitled film, paid his respects to J. Jayalalithaa at her memorial and then went and mourned the death of veteran actor Cho. Radhika Saratkumar:

Actor Suriya, brother Karthi and their father Sivakumar had also paid their last respects to the legendary multi-dimensional personality.

(With IANS inputs)

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