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Dubbing artiste Ghantasala Ratnakumar dies of cardiac arrest in Chennai

Popular dubbing artiste Ghantasala Ratnakumar suffered a cardiac arrest and breathed his last at a private hospital in Chennai. He suffered from kidney-related issues for a long time.

Dubbing artiste Ghantasala Ratnakumar died of cardiac arrest on June 10.

Dubbing artiste Ghantasala Ratnakumar died of cardiac arrest on June 10.

Noted dubbing artiste Ghantasala Ratnakumar suffered a cardiac arrest and breathed his last on Thursday (June 10) at a private hospital in Chennai. According to reports, he tested negative for the novel coronavirus a few days ago. Also, he had developed multiple health issues recently. Reportedly, Ratnakumar had kidney-related ailments and was on dialysis for several months.

GHANTASALA RATNAKUMAR DIES OF CARDIAC ARREST

Ghantasala Ratnakumar is the son of legendary singer Ghantasala Venkatewararao. The singer and his two wives are parents to four daughters and four sons. Ghanatasala Ratnakumar is his second son.

Ratnakumar’s demise has sent shockwaves across the Telugu and Tamil film industries. Many people expressed their condolences to Ratnakumar’s family members.

GHANTASALA RATNAKUMAR’S CAREER

Ghantasala Ratnakumar was a busy dubbing artist. In his career spanning four decades, he had dubbed for over 1,500 films in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi. He also worked as a dubbing artiste for Tamil and Telugu television serials. Apart from films and serials, he lent his voice to nearly 50 documentaries.

Ratnakumar entered the India Book of Records for dubbing for eight hours non-stop. Recently, he tested Covid-19 positive and was admitted to a private hospital for treatment. Though he tested negative for Covid-19, he suffered cardiac arrest and died on June 10.

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