Kaikala Satyanarayana Ex MP & Veteran Telugu Actor Passed Away

Kaikala Satyanarayana, a veteran Telugu actor, died in the early hours of Friday at his Film nagar home at the age of 87. On Saturday, the last rituals will be held in Hyderabad’s Mahaprasthanam. In November 2021, Kaikala was admitted to the hospital. Prior to that, he was on home respiratory assistance due to post-Covid problems. He was also hospitalised in October 2021, following a fall at his home.

Kaikala Satyanarayana

Kaikala, also known as Navarasa Natana Sarvabhouma, was born on July 25, 1935, in the Krishna region of Andhra Pradesh. He has appeared in over 770 films and collaborated with over 200 filmmakers. In 1996, he was elected as a Member of Parliament from Machilipatnam. His death came as a surprise to the Telugu cinema industry.

Kaikala Satyanarayana Career in Tollywood

Kaikala debuted in 1959 with Sipayi Kuthuru and was most recently seen in Mahesh Babu’s Maharshi. Throughout his five-decade cinematic career, he played a variety of noteworthy characters as a solo hero, antagonist, and supporting actor. His acting credits include superhits such as Sri Krishnarjuna Yuddham, Narthanasala, Yamagola, Soggadu, Adavi Ramudu, Daana Veera SooraKarna, Tayaramma Bangarayya, Vetagadu, and many more.

Under the Rama Films Productions umbrella, he produced super hit films like as Kodama Simham, Muddula Mogudu, and Bangaru Kutumbam. He also hosts the KGF movie series. He has received the state Nandi award as well as the Raghupathi Venkaiah National award.

Celebrities’ Condolences on the Loss

Kaikala Satyanarayana garu”, Nani tweeted. One of my favourite Telugu actors from the golden age. Mana international Manishi la anipistharu. A really legendary piece of work. “My condolences to the family.”

“Saddened to learn of the loss of Kaikala Satyanarayana garu”, Nandamuri Kalyanram posted on Twitter. A true legend who helped to immortalise numerous personalities on our Telugu silver screen. “Shanti Om.”

“Deeply heartbroken to hear the loss of KSatyanarayana Garu,” Ram Charan tweeted, remembering Kaikala’s contributions to the film business. His contribution to our film business will be recognised for the rest of his life!! “May his soul find peace.”

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