According to family reports, veteran actor Chalapathi Rao passed away at his home on Sunday. He was 78. The actor, who was in his 70s, allegedly passed away on Saturday night. According to industry sources, he played a variety of parts in more than 600 films.
Chalapathi Rao’s death was mourned by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao.
The actor’s son, Ravi Babu, works in the Telugu cinema business as an actor, director, and producer. Producer D Suresh, who visited the grieving family, said: It is terribly unfortunate that so many of our colleagues are leaving.
Rao had supporting roles and villain roles in a number of Telugu movies starring N T Rama Rao, Krishna, Akkineni Nagarjuna, Chiranjeevi, and Venkatesh. In a statement, actor and Jana Sena party leader Pawan Kalyan expressed his sorrow over Chalapathi Rao’s passing.
His films, including Yamagola, Yugapurushudu, Justice Chaudhary, Bobbili Puli, Ninne Pelladata, and Allari, are well recognised. According to a statement from the CMO, the Chief Minister expressed his sincere sympathies to the grieving family members and noted that Chalapathi Rao. Who appeared in hundreds of films in a variety of roles, left his unique stamp on the silver screen.
The death of Chalapathi Rao, an actor and producer who worked with three generations of actors was lamented by Chief Minister Rao as a great loss to the movie business. On December 23, veteran Telugu actor Kaikala Satyanarayana. Who was well-known for playing villains and other character parts, passed away in this country.
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