Malayalam actor and TV host Subi Suresh dies at 42 due to liver failure, Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan and Dulquer Salmaan condoles death

Renowned comedian and television host Subi Suresh passed away at a hospital in Kochi today on February 22. She was 42 years old. As per media reports, she was suffering from liver-related issues ad was admitted to a hospital due to acute liver failure and was diagnosed with jaundice as well.

She passed away at a private hospital in Aluva, Kochi. Her sudden demise left her fans in shock. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan condoled the demise of Subi Suresh. In a statement, he remarked that Subi was a promising artist and wrote, "Subi entered the art scene through the Cochin Kala Bhavan and won a place in the hearts of the Malayalees through reality shows and comedy programs. A promising artist has been lost through the demise of Subi." Malayalam superstar Dulquer Salmaan also condoled her demise. 

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Actor Ramesh Pisharodi told a news channel, “She was not well for the last 15 days. We had tried to get a donor but it did not happen. She was that lone woman warrior in the comedy field. She struggled for 20 years to take care of her family.”

Subi Suresh started her career as a mimicry artist under the guidance of Cochin Kala Bhavan. She gained recognition through the celebrate comedy show Cinemala and debuted in Malayalam films. Subi worked in films like Husbands, Kanakasimhasanam. She also featured in a kids’ show called Kutty Pattalam and a cookery show Kutty Kalavara and Labour Room.

(Source: Twitter/Asianet News/PTI)