New Delhi: The veteran actor turned politician Nandamuri Harikrishna breathed his last on August 29, 2018, after sustaining critical injuries in a road accident. He is the son of former AP Chief Minister and TDP founder, NT Rama Rao.
Nandamuri Harikrishna met with an accident on the Narketpally-Addanki highway in Nalgonda district reportedly. He was immediately rushed to the hospital and where he was declared dead by doctors.
The TDP leader started his career in movie business back in the 60s. He made his debut as a child artist in Telugu film 'Sri Krishnavataram' in which he played the role of Lord Krishna's Baal avatar (childhood). The film released in 1964 and was helmed by Kamalakara Kameshwara Rao.
After that, he featured in 1970 hit 'Talla Pellamma', followed by 'Tatamma Kala' in 1974, 'Ram Raheem' in the same year and 'Daana Veera Shura Karna' in 1977 respectively.
Then in 1998 after a long hiatus, Nandamuri was seen in Mohan Babu starrer 'Sri Ramulayya'. Also, he featured in Nagarjuna's 'Seetharama Raju' which hit the screens in 1999. Some of his most notable movies include 'Laahiri Laahiri Laahirilo' which came out in 2002 and 'Seetayya' which released in 2003. Both were directed by YVS Chowdary.
1967- Sri Krishnavataram
1977-Daana Veera Soora Karna Arjuna
2002- Lahiri Lahiri Lahirilo
2002- Siva Rama Raju
2003- Tiger Harischandra Prasad