May 14, 2021 6:58:50 pm
Nandyala Ravi’s demise has left the Telugu film industry in shock. Many celebrities took to their social media handles to pay tribute to the director-writer. Producer KK Radhamohan wrote, “Shocked to know about the demise of dear #NandyalaRavi inspite of our best efforts. My deepest condolences to the family & friends. May his soul Rest In Peace! #RIPNandyalaRavi.”
The official Twitter handle of production banner Sri Sathya Sai Arts tweeted, “Very sad to know about the demise of dear #NandyalaRavi. Our deepest condolences to the family & friends. May his soul Rest In Peace!”
Screenwriter Gopi Mohan, actors Naga Shaurya and Vidyu Raman, and directors Vijay Kumar Konda and Trinadh Velisila also expressed their condolences.
— Naga Shaurya (@IamNagashaurya) May 14, 2021
Writer&Director #NandyalaRavi garu is no more. RIP
ప్రతిభాశాలి నంద్యాల రవి గారు రచయితగా నేనూ సీతామహాలక్ష్మీ,పందెం,
అసాధ్యుడు,ఒరేయ్ బుజ్జిగా,పవర్ ప్లే
దర్శకుడిగా #లక్ష్మీరావేమాఇంటికి పని చేశారు.ఆయన కుటుంబానికి ప్రగాఢ సానుభూతి తెలియజేస్తున్నాను.ఆయనకు నా వినమ్ర నివాళులు.ఓం శాంతి 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/KHGSZPtB7w
— Gopi Mohan (@Gopimohan) May 14, 2021
Shocked to hear the death of my director Nandyala Ravi. We were working on a movie together.. Covid took his life. RIP Sir
— Vidyu Raman (@VidyuRaman) May 14, 2021
— Trinadh Velisila (@director3nadh) May 14, 2021
— vijay kumar konda (@directorvijays) May 14, 2021
Nandyala Ravi tested positive for Covid-19 a few weeks back. When the news of his diagnosis emerged online, several Telugu celebrities, including superstar Chiranjeevi, came forward to help the young filmmaker.
Others who supported him were comedian Saptagiri and producer Radha Mohan, each of whom donated Rs 1 lakh each for his treatment.
Nandyala Ravi will be remembered for films like Orey Bujjigaa, Lakshmi Raave Maa Intiki and Power Play.
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