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Telugu Film Industry Mourns the Loss of Veteran Actor Chandra Mohan

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Renowned Telugu actor Chandra Mohan passed away today due to a cardiac arrest at Hyderabad’s Apollo Hospital, marking a significant loss in the Telugu film fraternity. The industry is grieving the departure of the esteemed actor, with heartfelt tributes pouring in from fellow actors and filmmakers.

Jr NTR, known for his role in ‘RRR,’ paid tribute to the late actor, expressing shock at the untimely demise and extending condolences to Chandra Mohan’s family. In a poignant post on X, he wrote, “The untimely demise of Chandramohan Garu is deeply saddening. His versatile portrayals in films over several decades earned him a special place. My deepest condolences to his family. May his soul rest in peace.”

Actor Sai Tej Dharam remembered Chandra Mohan for his memorable performances and characters, stating, “His face leads us down memory lane, evoking smiles with his unforgettable acting and characters. May your soul rest in peace, Chandra Mohan sir. Om Shanti.”

Reflecting on their association, film writer and Director Sampath Nandi shared, “Chandra Mohan Garu. This loss creates a profound void… I had the privilege of working with him in #GauthamNanda. Our conversations and your contribution to cinema will be cherished forever. Om Shanti, Sir.”

Actor Aadi Saikumar expressed deep sadness, saying, “I’m truly saddened by the loss of #ChandraMohan Garu, a truly remarkable individual. My thoughts are with his family during this difficult and crucial time. May his soul find eternal peace.”

Chandra Mohan’s career:

Chandra Mohan, who began his Telugu cinema journey with ‘Rangula Ratnam’ in 1966, leaves behind a remarkable legacy spanning 932 films, featuring as the main lead in 150 of them. His outstanding contributions were recognized with 2 Nandi Awards—one in 1987 for ‘Chandamama Raave’ and another for ‘Athanokkade’ in 2005. Additionally, he received Filmfare Awards- South for ‘Padaharella Vayasu’ in 1978. His impactful presence and versatile roles have left an indelible mark on the industry, remembered and cherished by many.

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