Srinagar: The National Child Development Council (NCDC), a national child welfare organization, has condoled the death of Malyalam film-serial mime actor Kollam Sudhi.

In a statement, one of the members in NCDC said that, “Kollam Sudhi was an artist who fought against life’s circumstances and came to the forefront.”

The member further said that Sudhi was a blessed artist who excelled in acting, while he was a star who won the hearts of people through the TV programs.

Pertinently, Kollam Sudhi’s first film was Kanthari which was released in 2015, while he acted in several other movies as well. The deceased actor had also participated in stage shows with immense energy.

NCDC Master Trainer Baba Alexander expressed his condolences saying that his untimely demise is a great loss to the art scene.

The NCDC committee members said that Kollam Sudhi was a person who loved art despite facing hardships, and dedicated his life to art.