Veteran Actor Chandra Mohan Passed Away
The world of Telugu cinema is saddened by the loss of actor Chandra Mohan Garu, a true icon born on May 23, 1941.
“He had been unwell for a while due to age-related concerns, and he peacefully passed away around 9:45 am at Apollo Hospitals,” shared a family member with reporters. The final ceremonies to bid him farewell will take place in Hyderabad on Monday.
Businessoftollywood.com condole his death praying for his soul to rest in peace.
He made his debut in 1966 with “Rangula Ratnam” for which he bagged the state government’s Nandi award for best actor, and went on to become a versatile actor, leaving an unforgettable mark on Indian cinema. He acted in 932 films including around 150 films as a main lead.
Chandra Mohan’s strength was his ability to play various roles effortlessly, from emotional dramas to light-hearted comedies. His versatile performances in movies like “Pelli Pustakam” showcased his exceptional acting skills.
He received the Nandi Award for Best Actor, a recognition of his outstanding contributions to Telugu cinema. His memorable roles and impactful performances earned him appreciation from both audiences and the industry.
Chandra Mohan’s journey was not just about movies; it was a story of passion, dedication, and the enduring spirit of an artist. Today, we remember and honor the unforgettable icon who graced Telugu cinema with his remarkable talent.