TV Actor Sabari Nath Passes Away At 43 Due To Cardiac Arrest While Playing Badminton

A Malayalam TV actor Sabari Nath passed away due to cardiac arrest, his friends and colleagues write a heartfelt tribute on social media

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TV Actor Sabari Nath Passes Away At 43 Due To Cardiac Arrest While Playing Badminton
This year seemed to be all cursed. From the Coronavirus pandemic to famous celebrities leaving for heavenly abode, the sadness doesn't seem to end anytime soon, we feel. We recently lost some renowned personalities like former President Pranab Mukherjee, Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman, Social activist Swami Agnivesh and many more. Once again we lost another actor from the entertainment industry. A Malayalam TV actor Sabari Nath passed away due to cardiac arrest, as reported in Malayalam Samayam. Reportedly, the 43-year-old actor breathed his last at a private hospital in Trivandrum after he suffered a cardiac arrest while playing badminton. After this news broke in, his friends and colleagues wrote some heartfelt tributes on their respective social media accounts. 
 
The late actor was seen playing a pivotal role in the newly launched serial, Padatha Painkili. The co-stars of Sabari are shocked by the sudden demise and have condoled his death on their respective social media handles. "My heart felt condolences. Still can't believe," Neeyum Njanum actor Shiju AR wrote on his Instagram profile While Archana Suseelan also shared a selfie with the late actor and wrote, 'Can't believe RIP' 
 
Sharing a picture of the actor, Kasthooriman actress Alice Christy wrote, "Sabari chetta... I can't even believe that you are no more in this world.... You are one of those people with whom I have worked for so many years chetta.... Heartbroken ....Heartfelt condolences... We will miss you chetta."
 
May his soul rest in peace.



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