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Pawan Kalyan, Rana Daggubati, Junior NTR mourn the loss of Dr. C Narayana Reddy

After the death of the prominent Telugu artist, author, and lyricist C. Narayana Reddy in Hyderabad. The Telugu film industry is in stun and grieving the loss of the late 85-year-old writer. From Pawan Kalyan to Rana Daggubati, numerous A-listers of the South film industry have communicated how a vacuum has been left by Narayana Reddy's demise. Junior NTR took to Twitter and expressed, "ఇది తెలుగు పాట మూగబోయిన వేళ! Dr.C.Narayana Reddy garu's commitment to Telugu dialect is peerless.This is a void that can't be filled." 

Pawan Kalyan composed a long note in which he communicated how C. Narayana Reddy's work has motivated him as an on-screen character and an individual. A few passages of the letter read, "Darling offspring of Telugu expressions, Jnanpith awardee specialist Narayana Reddy's demise is a misfortune that is unrecoverable. We can't portray the man in words who got an idyllic status to Telugu melodies. I was tremendously propelled by him when I read his work and found out about his stories from chiefs and individuals around me. Grants like Padmashri, Padmabhushan, and others just added to his unbelievable work. On this event, I offer my sympathies to his family. I wish his spirit rests in peace." 


On-screen character Sumanth expressed, "Tear #NarayanaReddy garu? He was a companion of grandfather's. Feel favored 2 have speaked with him a few times. Sympathies 2 his family." While Rana Daggubati expounded on the writer that his misfortune is a night for Telugu industry which is never going to end. 






 Narayana Reddy passed on in Hyderabad on Monday, taking after delayed ailment, family sources said. Well known as "Cinare" in scholarly circle, the Jnanpith awardee inhaled his last at Care Hospital. A significant number of his abstract works are viewed as a point of interest in Telugu writing and won him many respects. His passing dove the Telugu scholarly world and film industry into misery.

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