Malaysian actors died in 2011

Here are 2 famous actors from Malaysia died in 2011:

Malaysia Vasudevan

Malaysia Vasudevan (June 15, 1944 Kuala Selangor-February 20, 2011 Chennai) a.k.a. Sathu Arumugam Nair, Vasudevan Nair or Vasudevan, Malaysia was a Malaysian actor, playback singer, writer and film score composer. He had three children, Prashanthini Vasudevan, Yugendran Vasudevan Nair and Pavithra Vasudevan.

Malaysia Vasudevan grew up in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and was of Tamil origin. He started his career as a playback singer in the Tamil film industry in the 1970s and rose to fame for his distinctive voice. He sang over 8,000 songs in various languages, including Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Hindi.

Apart from singing, Vasudevan also acted in over 200 films, mainly in supporting roles. He also wrote lyrics and composed music for several films. He won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer twice, in 1981 and 1986.

Vasudevan was known for his versatile voice, which could range from playful and high-pitched to deep and intense. He collaborated with many renowned music directors in the film industry, including Ilaiyaraaja, M. S. Viswanathan, and A. R. Rahman.

Despite his success in the film industry, Vasudevan remained a humble and down-to-earth person throughout his life. His contributions to the world of music and cinema will always be remembered by his fans and fellow artists.

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Ravichandran (March 30, 1942 Kuala Lumpur-July 25, 2011 Chennai) also known as Crazy Star, P.S. Raman or Kalaingnar Thilagham was a Malaysian actor, screenwriter, film director and writer. His children are called Hamsavardhan, Lavanya, Balaji and George.

Ravichandran was a well-known actor in Tamil cinema during the 1970s and 80s. He made his acting debut with the film "Madhu" in 1964 and went on to act in several successful films such as "Kumudham", "Sakthi Leelai", "Karnan", and "Annai Oru Alayam". He had a distinctive style of acting and was known for his excellent dialogue delivery.

Apart from acting, Ravichandran also worked as a screenwriter and director. He directed films such as "Galatta Kalyanam" and "Uyira Manama". He was also a prolific writer, and his book "Enathu Suyasarithai" was well-received by the public.

Ravichandran won several awards for his contributions to the film industry, including the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor for his performance in the film "Kaadhalikka Neramillai". He was known for his philanthropic activities and was actively involved in various social causes.

Ravichandran passed away in 2011 due to cardiac arrest at the age of 69. He will always be remembered for his contribution to Tamil cinema and for his larger-than-life personality.

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