Actress, dubbing artist and Gurupooja award winner Pala Thankam has passed away!

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Famous actress and dubbing artist The milk is pure Passed away. He was eighty-four years old. The actress passed away at around 7.35 tonight. Pathanapuram Gandhi Bhavan is an inmate. The actress has been staying at Gandhi Bhavan since 2013. Gandhi Bhavan is undergoing treatment in palliative care due to age-related ailments. The body is now kept in the Gandhi Bhavan mortuary. Culture later. Thankam arrived at Gandhi Bhavan in 2013 on the recommendation of KPAC Lalitha. He is also the recipient of the Kerala Sangeethanataka Akademi Gurupooja Award in 2018.

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She is the daughter of Kunjukuttan and Lakshmikutty at Sarathchandra Bhavan, Thiruvathukal, Vellore, Kottayam. He was born on February 26, 1941. Born as Radhamani, Thankam was later known as Pala Thankam. Pala Thankam, who has been focusing on music since the age of 10, dropped out of seventh grade.

Pala Thankam started learning music under the tutelage of John Bhagwatar, Rajagopalan Bhagwatar and Vijayan Bhagwatar. Later LPR was set up in Changanassery. He studied music under Varma. Pala Thankam’s first song was sung by Aluva Ajanta Studio owner Alleppey Vincent in the film ‘Kedavilakku’. He made his debut in playback singing at the age of fifteen. The song was recorded in Chennai.

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Later, Pala Thankam sang for many films and plays. Later he entered the theater. He enters the theater by giving voice to the main characters through solo plays in churches and temples in Pala. N.N. She made her acting debut in Pillai’s play ‘Mulikavakasam’. N.N. She made her debut as the daughter of Pillai and Kalyanikutty. Later she excelled in Vishwakerala Kalasamithi, Changanassery Geetha, Ponkunnam Varkey’s Kerala Theaters and KPAC.

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The first step towards acting was in ‘Kedavilakku’. She later starred in ‘Rebecca’ and dubbed the same film. He then acted in ‘Unopened Door’. Pala Thankam has acted in more than 3000 films, including foreign language films. Pala Thankam last acted in Balan K Nair’s Yagagni. Thankam’s husband is police officer Sreedharan Thampi. He died 25 years ago. She is the daughter of the late Ambili dubbing artist.