Kamal Haasan pays tribute to Crazy Mohan: His comedy will live on through his fans
After Tamil comedian and theatre veteran Crazy Mohan's demise on Monday, longtime colleague and collaborator, actor Kamal Haasan wrote a post about the late artiste. Tributes poured in for Mohan as several actors took to social media to condole his death.
The comedian suffered a heart attack following which he was rushed to a hospital. The hospital authorities tried their best to revive him but he was declared dead at 2 pm.
Haasan's tribute described Mohan as someone with a childlike heart. "Friendship has no end, (sic)" Kamal Haasan wrote, "Mohan's comedy will live on through his fans."
Read Kamal Haasan's letter for Crazy Mohan here:
— Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) June 10, 2019
Mohan and Hassan have worked together on multiple iconic films such as Michael Madana Kama Rajan, Sathi Leelavathi and Apoorva Sagodharargal. Mohan also wrote the dialogues and made a guest appearance in the actor-turned-politician's ambitious outing Indian.
Born Mohan Rangachari, the 'Crazy' was added to his name following his hugely successful 1976 play, Crazy Thieves Of Paalavakkam. The play was later adapted into a television series. Mohan even started a theatre group with his brother Maadhu Balaji, called Crazy Creations.
He also received the title 'Kalaimamani' from the Tamil Nadu government for his contribution to arts and literature.
Updated Date: Jun 11, 2019 13:22:29 IST