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Ambarish’s bust unveiled at Doddarasinakere
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Ambarish’s bust unveiled at Doddarasinakere

Bharathinagar (Mandya):  Actress Sumalatha unveiled a bust of her late husband Ambarish at his home village of Doddarasinakere near here on Friday. Speaking on the occasion,  Sumalatha clarified that she was not keen on contesting in the Lok Sabha polls, but added that Ambarish’s fans of Mandya were keen or her foraying into politics which…

Under pressure from Ambarish fans to contest polls: Sumalatha
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Under pressure from Ambarish fans to contest polls: Sumalatha

Bengaluru:  Claiming that she was under tremendous pressure from fans and followers of her late husband Ambarish to contest the LS polls from Mandya, actress Sumalatha Ambarish said that, she was not in a hurry to take a decision in this regard. Speaking to presspersons here yesterday after meeting former CM Siddharamaiah, Sumalatha said she…

Ambarish fans upset
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Ambarish fans upset

Fans of late actor Ambarish, who are upset over Mandya JD(S) MP L.R. Shivaramegowda’s  alleged remark that what more was needed to be done for Ambarish’s family, have taken to social media for attacking the Mandya MP. The fans, who have posted a video clip in the social media that shows L.R. Shivaramegowda (LRS) falling…

Nudi Namana for late actor Ambarish held in Mandya
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Nudi Namana for late actor Ambarish held in Mandya

Mandya: Ambarish Abhimanigala Sangha had organised Nudi Namana for late actor Ambarish at Sir M. Visvesvaraya Stadium here yesterday where film actors and people’s representatives paid rich tributes to Ambarish. People dressed as characters essayed by Ambarish in his movies was the special attention. Inaugurating the programme, KPCC President Dinesh Gundu Rao hailed Ambarish as…

Adieu Ambarish
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Adieu Ambarish

Lakhs pay last respects to actor-politician at Mandya, Bengaluru Funeral procession from Kanteerava Stadium to Kanteerava Studios Mandya/ Bengaluru: The last journey of Malavalli Huchhegowda Amarnath, fondly known as “rebel star” Ambarish (66), began in Bengaluru at around 12 noon today. After an overnight opportunity for lakhs of fans to pay their last respects at…

Suttur Seer condoles death of Ambarish, Jaffer Sharief
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Suttur Seer condoles death of Ambarish, Jaffer Sharief

Mysuru: Suttur Mutt Seer Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji has condoled the death of actor and former Minister Ambarish. In a condolence message, the Seer recalled Ambarish’s college days in Mysuru and his entry to cinema world. Pointing out that Ambarish came into prominence for his role in Puttanna Kanagal’s film ‘Nagarahavu’, the Swamiji said that…

Fans brave midnight chill to pay last respects to Ambi in Mandya
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Fans brave midnight chill to pay last respects to Ambi in Mandya

Mandya: Scores of teary-eyed fans paid their last respects to actor and politician M.H. Amarnath, popular as Ambarish, in Mandya yesterday. The darling of the masses passed away at a private hospital in Bengaluru on Saturday night after a cardiac arrest. After thousands of people — men, women and children — from across Karnataka came…

Over 250-kg sandalwood to be used in funeral pyre
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Over 250-kg sandalwood to be used in funeral pyre

Mandya/ Bengaluru:  Even as Ambarish’s fans argued that his cremation should take place at Abhiman Studio, where his dear friend and co-star Dr. Vishnuvardhan was cremated, the State government chose Kanteerava Studios near the legendary actor Dr. Rajkumar’s memorial. The cremation place is in front of Rajkumar’s memorial. Last rites will be performed under the…

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