Krishnam Raju: Wanted to come back as usual…didn’t expect: Kaikala Satyanarayana emotional

Rebel star Krishnam Raju’s death due to illness has left the Tollywood industry shocked. Tollywood heroes, producers, directors and political figures queued up at his house when the news of the rebel star’s demise came to light. Krishnamraj’s wife consoled Prabhas and expressed their deepest condolences. They are remembering their connection with Krishnamraju through the social media platform. Recently senior actor Kaikala Satyanarayana (Kaikala Satyanarayana) condoled. Interesting facts about Krishna Raju are shared.

“I am saddened to hear the news that former Union Minister and rebel star Uppalapati Krishnamraj passed away early on Sunday morning. He was ill for some time and was being treated at AIG Hospital in Gachibowli and I thought he would return home as usual. But did not expect this to happen. Although we were a little older than him, we had a good relationship.

Those were the days when the movie ‘Drohi’ was released. Who dubbed Krishnamraju while watching that movie..? I doubted that. Naturally, I don’t like anyone else’s voice except that of NTR. Such is the way he speaks Telugu that hooked me. He recites long poems and dialogues very clearly. Hearing that, Allu Ramalingaiah, who was sitting next to him, said, ‘What, Lingaiah.. Who gave the dubbing to that boy..? Someone is saying very loudly like that.. who..?’ When asked anxiously, he said it was his own dubbing.

I was surprised to hear that, and immediately after the movie, I went to him and said, ‘Why are you speaking such wonderful dialogues? You should act in more films’. He laughed at that. He laughed. That is how our introduction led us to be a part of many wonderful movies like Marana Homam, Prema Nadaluru, Amara Deepam, Bobbili Brahmana, Ravana Brahma. Kalama’s mother is sad to be away from an actor like him. Kaikala Satyanarayana wrote that his passing away is not only for the Telugu film world but also for all of us.

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