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I can still hear his voice, says Miya

Saturday, June 20, 2020 • Malayalam Comments

I can still hear his voice, says Miya

The last rites of Malayalam filmmaker-screenwriter Sachy were conducted on Friday in the presence of family members and close friends. While his colleagues and fans are still trying to come in terms with the filmmaker's tragic death, actress Miya has shared a heartfelt note for the late director.

Taking to her Instagram page, Miya wrote, “Still I m not able to accept the fact that he s gone to the other world. His blessings were upon me from the initial stage of my career till my last movie.Chettayees, Anarkali, Sherlock Toms nd the last released one Driving Licence.Each one of them had a special impact on me..on my career nd on me as a person..Sachiettan always considered me as his younger sis.I still remember the day we met for the premier of Driving Licence. He was happy nd satisfied seeing the final product. He even showed me Ayyappanum koshiyum climax fight scene in his phone. He was in his energy mode when spoke few days back over phone..Never knew it wud be the last tym. I still can hear his voice..Will never forget ur Kilukkampetti vili Sachiettaa..U were fighting these days nd we were dere with prayers but it cudnt save u ...U were not a cinemakaaran for most of us...U were more more more than that..we love u..we miss u ..RIP".

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Sachy passed away on Thursday night following a cardiac arrest. Miya and Sachy have collaborated in several movies. The actress was last seen in 'Driving Licence', that was penned by Sachy. The actress' character in the movie was appreciated by all.

 

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Still I m not able to accept the fact that he s gone to the other world. His blessings were upon me from the initial stage of my career till my last movie.Chettayees, Anarkali, Sherlock Toms nd the last released one Driving Licence.Each one of them had a special impact on me..on my career nd on me as a person..Sachiettan always considered me as his younger sis.I still remember the day we met for the premier of Driving Licence. He was happy nd satisfied seeing the final product. He even showed me Ayyappanum koshiyum climax fight scene in his phone. He was in his energy mode when spoke few days back over phone..Never knew it wud be the last tym. I still can hear his voice..Will never forget ur Kilukkampetti vili Sachiettaa..U were fighting these days nd we were dere with prayers but it cudnt save u ...U were not a cinemakaaran for most of us...U were more more more than that..we love u..we miss u ..RIP

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