Murali’s Legacy Lives On: Comrades, Colleagues, and Fans Pay Tribute

“Murali’s Final Resting Place
The atmosphere was one of grief at the Kerala University Senate Hall as the late actor Murali was laid to rest. Despite his aversion to tears, tiny drops escaped the eyes of KPAC Lalitha and Sona Nair. The flower vendor struggled to sell a single rose, and there was no shouting of slogans, as Murali believed in action over words.

Comrades and Colleagues Pay Tribute
Comrades Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, M.A. Baby, P.K. Sreemathi, P.K. Gurudasan, and K.P. Rajendran sat alongside Murali’s body, which was draped with a red flag and surrounded by a bed of flowers. V.S. Achuthananadan, Veliyam Bhargavan, and Pinarayi Vijayan also came to offer their respects. The event was organized by the Kerala University Union, and many of Murali’s close friends and colleagues were in attendance, including Mammootty, Innocent, and Adoor Gopalakrishnan.

A Life Celebrated
Murali’s impact on the Senate Hall was evident, as it was the site of both his silver jubilee in acting and the creation of Dhamani, a cultural association co-founded by Murali during his time as a University employee. As hundreds of people waited in line to pay their respects, Murali’s influence on the industry was clear. Political leaders, film directors, and actors all came to pay their tributes to the great actor.

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