Rana Daggubati condoles demise of M.S. Narayana
Telugu film actor Rana Daggubati Friday condoled the demise of veteran Telugu comedian M.S. Narayana.
Mumbai: Telugu film actor Rana Daggubati Friday condoled the demise of veteran Telugu comedian M.S. Narayana.
Narayana, who had over 750 films to his credit, passed away Friday due to kidney-related ailments. He was 63.
Rana, whose last Tamil outing was the Ajith Kumar-starrer "Arrambam", took to micro-blogging site Twitter to mourn the loss.
“RIP MS Narayana Garu,” he tweeted Friday.
Some of Narayana's best films include "Indra", "Sontam", "Dookudu" and "Shivamani". He had also penned dialogues for films such as "Alexander" and had directed "Bhajantrilu" and "Koduku".
Meanwhile, Rana's new Tamil project is yet-untitled, and will go on the floors March 2015.
In Bollywood, Rana is seen in Neeraj Pandey's "Baby", which also stars Akshay Kumar and Anupam Kher. “Baby” hit the theatres Friday.