Legendary musician Arjunan Master passes away; singer Sujatha Mohan and others pay tribute

MK Arjunan Popularly known as the Arjunan Master, who has composed over 700 evergreen songs in Mollywood, he passed away on April 6 at 3:30 a.m. at his home in Kochi. Paying tribute to the legendary musician, judge and singer of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Keralam Sujatha Mohan He has written a heartbreaking note on his social media account. The singer wrote that she can never thank Arjunan Master enough for being her Guru, who introduced her to the music industry.

Words are not enough to show you my gratitude. How will I thank you for the courage to offer one of the main songs in your film to that 12-year-old girl? Since then, you have been my dearest guru. I can't hold back my tears thinking I can't hear your 'Makkale' call anymore. But you will always be in my heart. May your soul rest in peace, says the translation of his publication in Malayalam.

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Along with Sujatha Mohan, many TV celebs have also paid tribute to the legendary musician. Sharing a picture with Arjunan Master, musician Gopi Sundar paid tribute to the 'great guru'.

The music maestro, MK Arjunan debuted in Malayalam cinema in 1968 through movie titled 'Karuthapournami'. In a career spanning more than 50 years, Arjunan Master has created many classics including 'Kasthurimanakkunallo', 'Padatha Veenayum Paadum' and 'Vaalkannezhuthi Vanapushpam Choodi'. He has won his first Kerala state award for the best composer in 2017 for Jayaraj director 'Bhayanakam'.