On Sunday, Rajinikanth went to Mayilsamy’s home to pay his respects. In addition to expressing his sorrow, he talked to the media about their relationship.
Rajinikanth paid respect to Mayilsamy, a comedian and close friend who died on February 19. The celebrity expressed his sorrow and claimed that his passing was the greatest loss to both humanity and the film business. In addition, he expressed sorrow for not answering Mayilsamy’s call and pledged to carry out his last desire.
On Sunday, Rajinikanth went to Mayilsamy’s home to pay his respects. Along with expressing his sympathies to the family, he also talked to the media about his friendship with Mayilsamy. “Mayilsamy was one of my close pals,” the Petta actor stated. He was 23 to 24 when I first met him. He developed into an actor after starting off as a mimic. He was a fervent follower of Lord Shiva and a tremendous lover of MGR. We used to hang together a lot. When I ask him about movies, he used to solely mention MGR and Lord Shiva. Although being close friends, we rarely appeared in movies as actors. I’m not sure why
He used to travel to Tiruvannamalai for Karthigai Deepam every year. He used to smile when he saw the throng, as if they had come to see the premiere of his movie. He was devoted in that way. During Karthigai Deepam, he used to call me and wish me well. The last time he phoned, I was at work and was unable to answer. He made three calls. Then I decided that I would apologise to him when we spoke again. Yet I overlooked it. He is now no more.
He went further, “The passing of Vivekh and Mayilsamy is a great loss for everyone—not only for the film business, his family, and friends. These are outstanding social philosophers and civic-minded individuals. Mayilsamy’s passing on Shivaratri was not an accident. That is God’s design. During Shivaratri, God took his beloved devotee from him. I’m not sure what to say to his family.”
Mayilsamy requested that Rajinikanth take him to the Tiruvannamalai shrine, and Rajinikanth agreed to do so. During the previous event, he allegedly told Drummer Sivamani that he would want Rajinikanth to go to the shrine. In response, the superstar stated, “Yeah, I was aware of it. I’ll speak with Sivamani and carry out Mayilsamy’s final request.”
Mayilsamy, one of Kollywood’s most renowned comedians, passed away on February 19. He was 57. He experienced cardiac arrest and passed away. Several celebrities expressed their sympathies on social media, from Kamal Haasan to MK Stalin, the chief minister of Tamil Nadu.