Hari Krishna mourns the death of Pitambaram and Mikilineni

Hari Krishna mourns the death of Pitambaram and Mikilineni

Hyderabad : India | Feb 23, 2011 at 3:41 AM PST
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Hyderabad, Feb 23 Actor and TDP .leader Mr. Nandamuri Hari Krishna has mourned the deaths of veteran makeup artiste Pitambaram and character artiste Mikkilineni Radha Krishna Murty.

He said in a statement here that it was sad that the film industry has lost two stalwarts with a day’s gap. He said the film industry has lost an elderly person in the death of Pitambaram who worked as make up man for legendary artistes N T Rama Rao and M G Ramachandran. He said Pitambaram who worked for 300 films with NTR has also worked as the make up artiste of his son Nandamuri Bala Krishna. He said the death of Pitambaram was a big loss to the Nandamuri family.

Mr. Hari Krishna has said the film industry has also lost a great actor in the death of Mikkilineni Radha Krishna Murty who has excelled himself both on the stage and the silver screen. Mikkilineni had left an indelible mark in the history of the film industry as the artiste of Praja Natyamanali, Freedom Fighter and Film artiste. He said his death was a personal loss to him apart from the loss to the film industry. Hari Krishna has sent his heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families.

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