Subi Suresh Cause of death
Family sources said that popular Malayalam actress, television host, and stage show performer, Subi Suresh died at a private hospital in Kochi on Wednesday. She was 41 and was reportedly under treatment for liver-related ailments for some time.
Who is Subi Suresh?
Subi Suresh is an Indian actress who predominantly works in the Malayalam film industry. She made her acting debut in 2010 with the film “Nayakan”, directed by Lijo Jose Pellissery.
Subi Suresh has acted in a number of Malayalam films, including “Ee Adutha Kaalathu” (2012), “Nadodi Mannan” (2013), “Pattam Pole” (2013), and “Vikramadithyan” (2014). She has also made appearances in a few Tamil films.
In addition to her work in films, Subi Suresh has also acted in a few television serials. She has won the Kerala State Television Award for Best Actress for her performance in the serial “Chinna Thambi” in 2017.
Who was Subi Suresh’s Husband?
Actress Subi Suresh was married to businessman Suresh Kumar. The couple got married in 2009 and had two kids. Husband Suresh Kumar confirmed the news of his wife’s death and stated she was ill for the past 1 year.
Did Subi Suresh have kids?
Subi Suresh has two children, However the name of the children is currently unknown.
How old was Subi Suresh?
Subi Suresh was Born on 23 August 1988. At the time of her death, she was 41 years old.
Who are Subi Suresh’s parents?
Subi Suresh was born to Lalitha and udhakaran Nair.
Subi Suresh’s mother, Lalitha, was a classical dancer, while her father, Sudhakaran Nair, was a well-known theatrical performer.
Who are Subi Suresh’s siblings?
Subi Suresh has a younger sister named, Soumya. She is also an actor.
What was Subi Suresh’s cause of death?
Popular Malayalam actress, television host, and stage show performer, Subi Suresh died at a private hospital in Kochi on Wednesday, family sources said. She was 41 and was reportedly under treatment for liver-related ailments for some time.
According to a doctor’s statement, she was scheduled to have a liver transplant. She had been having health issues for a year before developing jaundice, which led to her admission to the ICU at Rajagiri Hospital in Aluva.
Dr Sunny P Orathel, Medical Superintendent of Rajagiri Hospital, told the media, “We tried plasma exchange, but it was not successful. That’s when we thought of a liver transplant. We had even found a matching donor. Her condition worsened while the paper work was being done”.