Malayalam Poet and Lyricist Anil Panachooran dies due to Coronavirus complications at the age of 55
Anil Panachooran, Malayalam poet and author died at a personal hospital at Anayara when suffering a attack at on Sunday. He was under the treatment for Covid-19. He live with his wife and daughter Unnimaya.
Anil fainted within the morning and was at the start taken to a hospitals at Mavelikkara and Karunagapally. As his condition worsened, he was hurried to the Anayara hospital however the doctors couldn’t save his life.
Anil’s song ‘chora veena mannil ninnuyarnnu vanna poomaram…’ from the 2007 movie Arabikkatha, directed by Lal Jose and written by Dr Iqbal Kuttipuram, earned a cult standing. Another song that shooted him to fame is ‘vethyasthanam oru barbaram balane…’ from the 2007 film Katha Parayumbol. Later, once he wrote ‘entammede jimikki kammal’ within the 2017 movie Velipadinte Pustakam directed by Lal Jose, he received flak from a district of music lovers. However the song became a worldwide appreciation.
“Anil has left Associate in Nursing ineradicable mark on the state’s cultural and film fields” said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala too condoled the poet’s death, speech communication his songs have forever been received well within the state.
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