Krishnam Raju dead: Prabhas bursts into tears at uncle’s funeral, netizens comfort Baahubali star

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The demise of Telugu veteran Krishnam Raju has shocked the entire Tollywood industry. Several artists and filmmakers such as Ram Charan, SS Rajamouli, Ravi Teja, Mahesh Babu and others have remembered Raju’s contribution to cinema and expressed their grief over its loss.

Rebel star Krishnam is the uncle of Baahubali star Prabhas, and his fans are heartbroken to see him emotionally vulnerable. Prabhas was seen during the last rites of Raju, and he had an emotional breakdown over the demise of his uncle. In one of the videos, Prabhas comforted his cousin’s sister. In another video, we can wipe Prabhas’s tears while interacting with others. These images are saddening, and you really feel for Prabhas.

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Once the video was out, it went viral and fans of the actor started showing their support for Prabhas. Even RRR star Jr NTR and Mahesh Babu were also emotional during Raju’s latest trip, and netizens expressed their gratitude towards him as well.

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For the inexperienced, Telugu film veteran actor Uppalapati Venkata Krishnam Raju, popularly known as Krishnam Raju, died at the age of 82 in Hyderabad on the morning of September 11. He was popularly known as Rebel Star in Tollywood cinema. The Baahubali star Prabhas was his cousin.

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The veteran actor has starred in more than 180 films in his career, including hit films like Jeevana Tarangalu, Mana Voori Pandavulu, Antima Theerpu, Amara Deepam, Tandra Paprayudu and Palnati Pourusham to name a few. He was last seen along with his cousin Prabhas in the romantic drama Radhe Shyam released earlier this year.

Krishnam Raju was also an active politician when he was elected to the 12th and 13th Lok Sabha from Kakinada and Narasapuram constituencies in Andhra Pradesh in the late 1990s with a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ticket. The late actor has also served as Secretary of State for several cabinets in his political career, including Defense, Foreign and Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution.

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