Karunanidhi funeral: Kamal Haasan, PM Modi arrive in Chennai to pay last respects to Kalaignar

Rajinikanth, Dhanush and many others have reached Rajaji Hall in Chennai to pay the last respects.

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Karunanidhi funeral: Kamal Haasan, PM Modi arrive in Chennai to pay last respects to DMK chief M Karunandhi

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) chief M Karunanidhi passed away yesterday at 6:10 PM, in Chennai. He was 94 and was extremely critical and unstable from the past few days. Karunanidhi was admitted Kauvery Hospital in Chennai on July 28, 2018, after his blood pressure dropped. Many celebrities from the South Indian Industry rushed to Chennai while many took to Twitter to pay their last respects to the great leader. Rajinikanth, Dhanush and many others have reached Rajaji Hall in Chennai to pay the last respects.

Kamal Haasan, who was busy with the Vishwaroopam 2 promotions in Delhi yesterday, rushed to Chennai to pay his last respects to Kalaignar. Remembering the veteran politician, Haasan said, “I knew Karunanidhi-ji as a writer before I knew him as a politician. The language we actors used is that of Karunanidhi’s. He had an incredible flow in his writing, which was very elegant. There was a call by the Tamilians for a leader, and he was the one who filled that role.”

Meanwhile, PM Narendra Modi arrives in Chennai to pay last respect to DMK chief M #Karunandhi.

South Indian celebrities, Rajinikanth, Dhanush, Thala Ajith, Sivakarthikeyan, actor Suriya and many others have arrived to pay their last respects to their great leader.

A press release was issued a while back which read as, “With deep anguish, we announce the demise of our beloved Kalaignar Dr M Karunanidhi on 07.08.2018 at 06 10 PM. Despite the best possible efforts by our team of doctors and nurses to resuscitate him, he failed to respond.” The statement further read, “We profoundly mourn the loss of one of the tallest leaders of India and we share the grief of family members and fellow Tamilians worldwide.”

Before entering the world of politics, Karunanidhi made a huge contribution in the Tamil film industry. He was a screenwriter and has written for several blockbuster Tamil films which are remembered even now. In the year 1969, Karunanidhi became the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.

5-time Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, M Karunanidhi passed away

5-time Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, M Karunanidhi passed away in Tamil Nadu at the age of 94 today.

Posted by Pinkvilla South on Tuesday, August 7, 2018

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