Telugu actor-entertainer Jaya Prakash Reddy left his breath on Tuesday. The 74-year-old entertainer endured a heart failure at his hometown in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh.
Reddy was famous for his part in films like Samarasimha Reddy, Preminchukundam Raa, Narasimha Naidu, Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana, Julayi, Ready, Kick, Jayam Manadera, Jamba Lakidi Pamba, Avunu Valliddaru Istapaddaru, Kabaddi Kabbadi, Evadi Gola Vadidi, and Kithakithalu. At first, he picked up fame for terrible jobs, and later in his vocation, he showed up in a few comic jobs. He was most recently seen in Sarileru Neekevvaru (2020) starring Mahesh Babu.
Jaya Prakash Reddy’s demise has left the Telugu entertainment world disheartened and stunned.
Director and screenwriter Anil Ravipudi shared on Twitter how Reddy is “indispensable as a craftsman and individual. My movement with JP Garu has consistently been extraordinary. He’s been a piece of practically the entirety of my movies. He dealt with me like one of his own and used to chat with loads of adoration. I will most likely miss him profoundly”.
Andhra Pradesh’s former CM N Chandrababu Naidu: Telugu film and theater has lost a diamond today
Nara Chandrababu Naidu honored Jaya Prakash Reddy through Twitter. The tweet said, “Telugu film and theater has lost a pearl today with the death of Jayaprakash Reddy Garu. His flexible exhibitions for more than quite a few years have given us numerous important realistic minutes. My heart goes out to his loved ones in this hour of anguish. #JayaPrakashReddy”
Condolences from dearly in Film Industry:
Mahesh Babu: Will treasure the experience of working with him
Mahesh Babu is disheartened for Jaya Prakash Reddy’s death. He referenced how the entertainer was Telugu entertainment world’s best entertainer. “We all definitely nurture the experience of working with him. Heartful sympathies to his family and friends”, the tweet stated.
Prakash Raj: He offered life to the jobs he played on screen
Prakash Raj is stunned thinking about “the unexpected demise of entertainer Jaya Prakash Reddy.” On Twitter, he honored the entertainer and referenced how “acting was his life.”
Also added, “He offered his whole life to the cinema and stage plays. I shred out my most profound feelings to his well-beings. Much obliged to you for engaging us CHIEF,”.
Genelia Deshmukh: Remembering affectionately our incredible occasions at shoots
Genelia Deshmukh, who shared screen space with Jaya Prakash Reddy in Ready, expressed, “Dear #Jayaprakashreddy Garu… Recollecting affectionately our incredible moments at shoots… it was ultimately fun cooperating with you… Condolences to the family”
Ravi Teja: I used to affectionately call him Mama
Ravi Teja shared how he used to affectionately call Jaya Prakash Reddy as Mama. “Extremely tragic to find out about #JayaPrakashReddy Garu. I used to affectionately call him Mama. This is an immense misfortune for us all. My sympathies to the family and friends and family. Find happiness in the hereafter Mama,” he tweeted.
Venkatesh Daggubati: We were such an incredible mix on screen
Sharing an image on Instagram, Venkatesh Daggubati composed he is “amazingly miserable to catch wind of the unexpected destruction of my dear companion” Jaya Prakash Reddy. “We were such an extraordinary mix on screen. Will miss him. Petitioning God for his family and friends and family,” he referenced.
Kajal Aggarwal took to Twitter and stated, “Om Shanti #Jayaprakashreddy Garu, sympathies to your family.”
SS Rajamouli: Had an incredible time working with him
“Stunned and disheartened to think about the unexpected end of #JayaPrakashReddy Garu,” tweeted SS Rajamouli. He included, “Had incredible occasions working with him. Much obliged for engaging us with your flexibility by depicting some paramount parody and reprobate parts throughout the long term. May your spirit find happiness in the hereafter.”
Jr NTR honors Jaya Prakash Reddy
Jr NTR honored Jaya Prakash Reddy, who spent away on Tuesday morning. He tweeted that, Pitiful to discover that an entertainer, who engaged the crowd with his stunning exhibitions, is no more. “I wish his spirit finds happiness in the hereafter.”