When you watch the films of some actors, you get intimidated by the acting…they act so realistically. They are the villain, not the hero. They act accordingly to the given character and are amazing. There are many character actors in this series.
Udayaprakash is an amazing actor who comes in that category. Although he played a character in the film, his bad habits destroyed him little by little.
Who was he and how did he suffer from his bad habits? What bad habits? When we cross the path of his life, we also get afraid of how he suffered in the last time.
How deadly is this drinking habit. It is said that drinking spoils drinking. Not just by experiencing it.
So the list of those who died suffering is getting longer day by day.
This Udayaprakash is one such slave in the film industry. When we read how his drinking habit consumed his life, our hearts ache for a moment.
Udaya Prakash played Khushbu’s second brother and villain in Chinnathambi. Birth name Manikandan.
He was born in 1964 in Ooty. He is also a good football player. In 1990, he made his debut in the film world through the Telugu film Vijayanthi IPS starring Vijayashanthi.
He acted in several films including Chinnathambi, Varusham 16, Anbuchangili, Ithiya Vaasal. His last film was Superda released in 2004. Later he started drinking heavily as film opportunities did not come.
Due to his drinking habit, he stays at home without going shooting. When he started acting, he started drinking for the first time.
Later, actor Sarathkumar gave him an opportunity to act in his film Dewan. But even after that, he did not get opportunities to act in films.
Due to this, he suffered a lot of mental and financial problems and then he had more debt problems. He left Chennai because of his debt.
Then he was living in a hut in the village with the support of a monk. Then the debt problems became more.
His liver has deteriorated due to drinking. Then there was asthma. He was later admitted to the hospital for treatment. But actor Uday Prakash fell and died on the road near Nidtar Sangam after leaving the hospital