In style Tollywood actor Potti Veeraiah, recognized for showing in movies together with Yugandar, Gaja Donga and Radhamma Pelli, died on Sunday (April 25) at a personal hospital in Hyderabad. As per reviews, the actor was affected by age-related illnesses for the previous few years, and was admitted to the hospital after his well being situation worsened. He was 74. Veeraiah is survived by three daughters. His spouse Mallika had handed away in 2008.
Upon listening to the surprising information, a number of followers and celebrities from the business expressed their condolences to the household via their respective social media handles. Chief Minister of Telangana Ok Chandrasekhar Rao additionally mourned the demise of the versatile actor.
Notably, the actor’s final rites will probably be held on Monday (April 26).
Potti Veeraiah’s life from an aspiring actor to changing into a widely known face of the south movie business was really inspirational. A dwarf by start, the actor, who hailed from Telangana’s Phanigiri village, had reached Madras (former title for Chennai) with a dream of changing into a star.
Making his debut with the 1967 movie Aggi Dora directed by Vittalacharya that featured Kanta Rao and Rajasree, the actor had appeared in as many as 500 motion pictures of various languages together with Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam and Odia. The late actor’s movies embrace Raadhamma Pelli (1974), Yugandhar (1979), Attagari Pettanam (1981), Gaja Donga (1981), and Tarzan Sundari (1988) amongst many others.