On hearing the demise of Abi, actor Harisree Ashokan said that he knows him for many years in the mimicry field. Abhi, 52, the first "mimicry superstar" in Malayalam, was suffering from an acute blood disorder and was under medication. The Malayalee audience was fond of Abi who would easily imitate actors like Amitabh Bachchan and Mammootty. He has released more than 300 audio and video casettes of mimicry, of which De Maveli and Onathinidakku Pootu Kachavadam were the biggest hits.
And now Shane his son is one of our greatest breakout talents of Malayalam.
Actor Jagadish, condoling the death, said that he was a man who ventured into a different path.
Rick Pitino suing University of Louisville
When asked for a comment, a UofL spokesman said Thursday afternoon that the university does not comment on pending litigation. Pitino was sacked shortly after the Federal Bureau of Investigation said his program was part of a national investigation.
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