Due To The Death Of Krishna Ghattamaneni Telugu Film Industry Will Remain Closed On 16 November No Shooting
Krishna Ghattamaneni Death: The Telugu film industry has lost one of its finest actors in history with the death of superstar Krishna. The veteran actor died on November 14 at the age of 80 due to cardiac arrest. Due to the death of Krishna, the fans including his family are also very inconsolable. At the same time, in the midst of all this, the Telugu Film Producers Council has announced the closure of the Telugu film industry on Wednesday, 16 November, in honor of the legend actor.
It was announced to remain closed by issuing a press release
The Telugu Film Producers Council has announced this decision by issuing a press release. According to the press release, the Telugu Film Producers Council has decided that the industry will remain closed for a day on November 16 as a mark of respect to superstar Krishna.
Telugu film industry will remain closed tomorrow as a mark of respect to Superstar #KrishnaGaru@tfpcin #SSKLivesOn #RIPSuperStarKrishna pic.twitter.com/vS4Go4qaB0Advertisement
— UrsVamsiShekar (@UrsVamsiShekar) November 15, 2022
Superstar Krishna’s last rites
According to the initial reports, the mortal remains of Superstar Krishna were to be kept at the Gachibowli Stadium in Hyderabad, so that the fans could pay tribute to the late superstar. However, now news is coming that this event has been cancelled. Keeping in view the traffic restrictions, the mortal remains of Krishna Garu will be kept at his Nanakramguda residence. Superstar Krishna will be cremated on November 16 at Mahaprasthanam. He will be cremated with full state honors as per the instructions of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Krishna was awarded the Padma Bhushan in 2009
Let us tell you that Ghattamaneni Shiva Ram Krishna Murthy, who was known as Krishna, was one of the biggest and bankable stars in the 70’s and 80’s. In a career spanning nearly five decades, the actor had played multiple roles in more than 350 films and given blockbuster films. Apart from acting and producing films, Krishna was also a trendsetter in introducing new technologies and genres such as cinemascope, 70 mm film and others. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan in 2009 for his contribution to Telugu cinema.
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