A hoaxer almost succeeded in spreading a shocking false news about the death of Crazy Star Ravichandran. A man named Shivakumar went on print obituary pamphlets saying that the actor has committed suicide and his fans mourns his death.
According to Suvarna News, Shivakumar came to a printing press and ordered for about 10,000 copies of the obituary pamphlets on Thursday morning (June 13). When the owner of the Nandagokula press shockingly enquired about the death news, he claimed that Ravichandran committed suicide since he was unable to clear the loans.
Shivakumar further claimed that Ravichandran's brother Balaji alias Eshwar confirmed the news to him. But the press owner grew suspicious and decided to take his photo and record his video to be on the safer side. Well, sensing danger, the miscreant escaped from the place. Later, they filed a case in a nearby police station.
Meanwhile, Ravichandran appeared on the same channel and laughed
off at the news.
Ravichandran, No Coward!
Ravichandran said that he is not a coward to take his own life. If at all, if the actor wanted to commit suicide, he would have done it when Shanti Kranthi bombed at Box Office.
The Crazy Star adds that people have tried to kill like these many a times before but this time he was hurt because they have dragged in his brother's name. Hence, he decided to come to Suvarna Studio.
Ravi Mama's B-day
Ravichandran celebrated his 52 birthday on May 30 but this time he did not meet his fans, as he was in Shirdi. However, he announced a shocking news recently that he was all set to bid goodbye to acting and wants to concentrate on the careers of his sons.
Bidding Goodbye To Acting
The actor claimed that he would be working behind the camera and he will be launching his sons Manoranjan and Vikram soon. He wants to produce and direct films.
Two Films In Hand
His next film is Apurva and his much-delayed Manjina Haani would be his swan song. However, his friends in the industry have requested him to change his decision.