All the shootings will be cancelled in HONOUR of the late actor Krishna
With the passing of superstar Krishna, Telugu cinema has lost one of its greatest actors in history. At 79, the renowned actor passed away on November 14 after a cardiac arrest. The Telugu Film Producers Council made an important decision while the industry and viewers were still trying to cope with the enormous loss. It was declared that the Telugu film industry will stay closed today, November 16, as a sign of respect to the legend.
The decision was revealed in a Telugu Film Producers Council press release. The Telugu Film Producers Council declared that on November 16, the industry would be closed for a full day as a mark of respect for Superstar Krishna.
According to the early reports, superstar Krishna’s mortal remains will be stored at Hyderabad’s Gachibowli Stadium, so the fans can pay their homage to the late star. Now, though, there are reports that the event has been postponed. The mortal remains of Krishna Garu shall be kept at his Nanakaramguda home while the traffic restrictions are considered.
On November 16, the late star Krishna will be cremated in Mahaprasthanam. Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s instructions said he would be cremated with full state honours.
At 79, the Tollywood icon Superstar Krishna passed away this morning around 4 AM. At a private hospital in Hyderabad, the renowned actor and Mahesh Babu’s father passed away after experiencing cardiac arrest. The terrible news has shocked the Ghattamaneni family and the Telugu film industry.
Ghattamaneni, also known as Ghattamaneni Siva Rama Krishna Murthy, was one of the most well-known and financially successful stars in the 1970s and 1980s. The actor had appeared in more than 350 films for a nearly five-decade-long film career, playing various roles in blockbuster projects. In addition to acting and producing movies, Krishna set trends by introducing new media forms like Cinemascope, 70MM film, and others. For his contributions to Telugu cinema, he received the Padma Bhushan award in 2009.