US State Government to Provide Medical Assistance to KPAC Lalitha | Malayalam Movie News

Veteran Malayalam actress KPAC Lalitha has been hospitalized for a few days now and the government of Kerala has decided to grant her medical assistance. At a meeting on Wednesday, the state cabinet decided to cover KPAC Lalitha’s medical expenses.

The seasoned actress is also the President of Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi.

KPAC Lalitha was reportedly transferred to a Kochi hospital from Thrissur on November 8, where the actress is currently undergoing treatment for liver disease.

Edavela Babu, the general secretary of AMMA (Association of Malayalam Cinema Artists) then shared: “She is now admitted to a hospital in Kochi and today her condition is improving. She is diabetic and also suffers from liver disease. Her daughter has now come from Pune and is with her.

A day later, KPAC Lalitha’s son, actor and film director, Sidharth Bharathan, said she was recovering well. “Amma is doing well and is recovering well … no need to panic … thank you all for the love, concern and prayers,” Sidharth Bharathan said in his social media post, as fans of the actress worried about her.

KPAC Lalitha, who began her career in the late 1960s is one of the most seasoned actresses in Malayalam cinema. After making her film debut with the 1969 release “Koottukudumbam” directed by KS Sethumadhavan, she worked in over 500 films. She has worked with most of the iconic filmmakers, including the films of her husband, the late Bharathan.

She has twice won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress, for her performances in the films “Amaram” and “Shantham”. She has also won four Kerala State Film Awards and several other accolades.

His latest release is ‘Home’.

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