Rajinikanth Pays Tribute To Veteran Actor Ghattamaneni Krishna

Rajinikanth Pays Tribute To Veteran Actor Ghattamaneni Krishna

New Delhi [India]: Rajinikanth paid tribute to the late actor and Mahesh Babu’s father Ghattamaneni Krishna, who passed away in Hyderabad on Tuesday.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Rajinikanth, who has labored with him in three films, wrote, “The demise of Krishna garu is a great loss to the Telugu film industry … working with him in 3 films are memories i will always cherish. My heartfelt condolences to his family …may his soul rest in peace @urstrulyMahesh.”

Apart from Rajinikanth, several other celebs expressed their grief over the death of the superstar Krishna.

Actor Chiranjeevi dropped a protracted note in his mother tongue to express his grief over the death of Krishna.

Mahesh Babu’s father Krishna was hospitalized on Monday, because of cardiac arrest.

The actor underwent remedy at Continental Hospital in Hyderabad. The doctors finished CPR right away, resuscitated him within 20 minutes, and shifted him to the ICU for remedy & statement. In keeping with the physician’s Health Bulletin on Monday evening, the fitness circumstance was crucial, and he was on a ventilator.

PR and Marketing executive VamsiShekhar took to Twitter on Monday and shared a statement from the health center. According to the statement, the actor was on a ventilator.

“Midnight, he came to the hospital in a subconscious kingdom in an emergency. We did CPR for cardiac arrest, then we shifted to ICU, and he is stable proper now. Doctors and a crew of cardiologists are regularly following his fitness. As of now, we can’t say what the outcome will be. We are providing an exceptional remedy. In the subsequent 24 hours, we will get higher data about his fitness,” the docs were quoted as saying.

2022 has no longer been a super 12 months for Mahesh Babu. In January, he misplaced his elder brother Ramesh Babu; in September, he lost his mom Indira Devi.

One of the top actors of his generation, Krishna, originally called Ghattamaneni Siva Rama Krishna Murthy, did around 350 films. He turned into also a producer and director. In 2009, he obtained the Padma Bhushan award.

He entered Telugu cinema with Adurthi Subba Rao’s romantic drama Thene Manasulu in 1965.

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