Mammootty, a renowned actor in the Indian film industry, fondly remembers the late actor Kundera Johnny. He recently penned a heartfelt tribute to his dear friend Johnny on social media, reminiscing about their friendship and the times they spent together. This tribute has resonated with many in the film community who also paid their respects to the departed actor. Mohanlal, another stalwart of the industry, expressed his sorrow on social media, highlighting their close friendship. He acknowledged Johnny’s remarkable performances as a villain in numerous films and emphasized that off-screen, Johnny embodied kindness and innocence, leaving a lasting impact on those who knew him.
The film fraternity mourns the loss of Johnny, who passed away the previous night at a private hospital in Kollam due to a heart attack. Initially hospitalized due to chest pain, Johnny’s life couldn’t be saved. With a career spanning over 100 films, he gained acclaim for his compelling portrayals of antagonistic characters. Johnny’s journey in the film industry began with his debut in “Nityavasantham” released in 1979. Over the years, he became a prominent figure in hit films like “Kirayam,” “Chegol,” “Aram Tampuran,” and “Godfather.” “Meppadiyan” marked his final cinematic appearance, leaving behind a rich legacy in cinema.