Tollywood producer Mahesh Koneru passes away at 40

New Delhi: Tollywood producer Mahesh Koneru died from cardiac arrest right here on Tuesday. He was 40.

Mahesh had made a number of Telugu movies underneath the East Coast Productions banner. His productions included films akin to “118”, “Thimmarus”, and “Miss India”. He had additionally dubbed the Tamil film “Bigil” starring Vijay into Telugu with the title “Vigil”.

The Allari Naresh-starrer “Sabhaku Namaskaram” and “Police Vaari Hecharika”, that includes Naga Shaurya, had been the flicks being produced by him.

Starting his profession as a movie journalist, Mahesh later served as the non-public assistant of Junior NTR and Kalyan Ram, each well-known Telugu stars. He later grew to become a publicist and advertising strategist within the film business. Mahesh had additionally dealt with public relations for the blockbuster “Baahubali”.

The Telugu Film Producers Council has condoled the loss of life of Mahesh Koneru. It conveyed its heartfelt condolences to his household. Several Tollywood personalities additionally expressed their shock and grief over the loss of life.

“With the heaviest of heart and in utter disbelief, I am letting you all know that my dearest friend @SMKoneru is no more. I am shell-shocked and utterly speechless,” tweeted Junior NTR. “My sincerest condolences to his family and his near and dear (ones),” he added.

“Words fall short to express my feelings. Really saddened by the demise of a wonderful human (being) and our very own @smkoneru ‘garu’. My deepest condolences to his family. Rest in peace sir,” tweeted Naga Shaurya.

“Shocking & saddened. At this young age it shouldn’t have happened, Really very unfortunate thing. Deepest condolences to his dear and near (ones),” tweeted the director Maruthi.


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