PM Modi expresses his grief over demise of Mahesh Babu’s father, superstar Krishna Ghattamaneni

New Delhi: South cinema superstar Krishna Ghattamaneni took his last breath on November 15 (Tuesday). Due to his departure, a wave of mourning ran in the cinema world. Not only the Telugu film industry expressed grief over the death of Krishna, but politicians also got teary-eyed. At the same time, there was a gathering of stars for his last journey. During this, everyone expressed their grief over Mahesh Babu, and now Prime Minister Narendra Modi has paid tribute to him.

PM Modi expressed grief

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed grief on his Twitter handle as well as expressed condolences to his son and Tollywood star Mahesh Babu. He wrote, ”Krishna Garu was a legendary superstar, who won hearts of people through his versatile acting and lively personality. His demise is a colossal loss to the world of cinema and entertainment. In this sad hour my thoughts are with @urstrulyMahesh and his entire family. Om Shanti.”

On November 16, he will be cremated with state honours which will be held at the Mahaprasthanam cremation ground.

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These stars also paid tribute

Superstar Rajinikanth also expressed grief over Krishna’s demise and 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.”

With this, Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan, Junior NTR, Vijay Deverakonda, and Rana Daggubati also reached Mahesh Babu’s house and paid their respect.

A sad year for Mahesh Babu

This year has been very sad for Mahesh Babu. The actor lost his brother Ramesh Babu on January 8, 2022, at the beginning of the new year itself. After this, his mother Indira Devi died on September 28, 2022, and in the same year i.e. on November 25, 2022, his father left Mahesh Babu forever, now a mountain of sorrows broken on him but his fans are constantly supporting him. 

Also read: Mahesh Babu’s family gives first statement after Superstar Krishna’s death

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