Renji Panicker Wife Funeral: A Heartfelt Goodbye To His Beloved Spouse!!

Renji Panicker is an Indian actor, screenwriter, director, producer, and journalist who is well-recognized for his roles in Malayalam movies. He was born on September 23, 1960. He starred in his first feature film, Bharatchandran IPS, in 2005.

Even though he has a large following in his line of work, the public became aware of him following the death of his wife, Aneeta Miriam Thomas. We’ll discuss the specifics of Renji Panicker’s wife’s funeral in this article.

Funeral Of Renji Panicker’s Wife

Aneeta Miriam Thomas, 58, the wife of renowned actor, screenwriter, and director Renji Panicker, passed suddenly early on Sunday, March 10, 2019.

On Monday, March 11, 2019, the funeral took place at the Ascension Mar Thoma Church in Puthenkavu, Chengannur, at 1:00 p.m. Aneeta was receiving therapy for conditions relating to her kidneys. At Century Hospital in Mulakuzha, Chengannur, she passed away. Nithin Renji Panicker, a director, and Nikhil Renji Panicker, an actor, are the couple’s two sons.

Renji Panicker’s Childhood

He was born in Nedumudi, Alleppey, on January 21, 1958, to Keshava Panicker and Laalamani. Renji Panicker was married to Aneeta Mariam Thomas, another student at Kerala University. Aneeta passed away on March 10, 2019, due to kidney disease. Before relocating to Kochi, they lived in Alappuzha and had twin boys, Nithin and Nikhil.

Renji Panicker's Childhood
Renji Panicker’s Childhood

An Overview Of Renji Panicker’s Professional Life

Director Shaji Kailas was so impressed with Renji’s use of language in a 1990 interview for a cinema magazine that he asked Renji to create a script. Renji tried out a political comedy called Dr. Pasupathy, and it was a hit. Renji has been involved in politics since his college days. Nevertheless, despite the popularity of his initial film, no one knew who he was.

Jayaraj’s second film, released in 1991, was a disaster starring Sreenivasan titled Akashakottayile Sulthan. This made Renji question his decision to become a movie star. Renji tried again in 1992, but this time he followed Kailas’ advice. The popularity of Thalastaanam, a drama on college politics, contributed to the development of the relationship between Shaji and Renji.

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In 1993, Renji wrote Sthalathe Pradhana Payyans. Formerly restricted to supporting roles, comic actor Jagadish saw a major career shift in this Kailas-directed movie. In Jagadish, a common man was mysteriously elevated to the position of home minister for the state. After Sthalathe Pradhana Payyans ran in theatres for 150 days, Renji Panicker became well-known as one of the best screenwriters in Malayalam films.

The next one, Ekalavyan, debuted in May 1993. The evil cooperation between politicians and drug dealers was the central theme of the action thriller Ekalavyan by Kailas. Suresh Gopi became known as a rising star in Malayalam films thanks to his portrayal of a police officer in the main role.

Mammootty appeared in Renji’s second hit movie, IRoudram, which was a box office blockbuster. Mammootty and Gopi portrayed the pivotal characters of Joseph Alex I.A.S. and Bharathchandran I.P.S., respectively, in Renji’s subsequent film, The King. Because Mammootty and Gopi, together with Kailas and Panicker, were getting back together in this film after a long hiatus, there was a great deal of excitement surrounding it. Regretfully, it was a total failure.

In conclusion, Aneeta Miriam Thomas, Renji Panicker’s wife, will always hold a special place in the hearts of all who adored her. Visit Digi Hind News to get more up-to-date information of this kind.

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