Dubbing Artist-Writer Ghantasala Ratnakumar Passes Away In Chennai

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oi-Sruthi Hemachandran

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Dubbing
artist
and
writer
Ghantasala
Ratnakumar
passed
away
yesterday
(June
10)
at
a
private
hospital
in
Chennai.
Reportedly,
he
breathed
his
last
following
a
cardiac
arrest.
As
per
reports,
he
was
earlier
diagnosed
with
COVID-19
but
later
tested
negative
for
the
same.

Ghantasala Ratnakumar

Son
of
late
legendary
singer-music
composer
Ghantasala
Venkateswara
Rao,
Ratnakumar
had
dubbed
for
as
many
as
1000
movies
in
languages
including
Telugu,
Tamil,
Hindi
and
Malayalam.
In
his
35-year-long
career,
he
had
lent
his
voice
to
several
actors.

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Notably,
he
also
worked
as
a
dialogue
writer
for
various
Tamil
films
which
were
later
dubbed
in
Telugu
like
Thala
Ajith’s

Aata
Arambham
(Arrambam)

and

Veerudokkade

(Veeram).
Winning
several
accolades
and
honour
for
his
work,
the
dubbing
artist
was
also
a
part
of
several
documentaries,
daily
soaps
and
cartoons.

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