The new year saw yet another revered senior artist taking permanent leave from this world. Ahuti Prasad’s demise once again has spread a lot of gloom in the Telugu Film Industry. Particularly the female character artists Hema, Sri Rekha, Rajitha and many others who to came to pay last visits to the actor, broke down crying bitterly while paying their last respects and talking about him.
Here are condolences of celebs after paying their last visits:
I’ve done 15-16 films with him. He used to do a lot of homework on the background of his character in a movie. He never used to shout at anyone and always used to be cool. He is such person who always thinks of others’ welfare alongwith his welfare.
Talasani Srinivas Yadav (cinematography mnister):
This is a great loss to the Telugu Film Industry. Many times we used to sit together and have a friendly talk. He is one person who used to respond instantly on the problems of big and small actors equally. It is a great loss to the industry.
Kodi Rama Krishna:
I wanted to know the recent position of his dates and when I called him, I was shocked to know his health condition and that he had been counting his last days. He was one actor who had immense potential.
Sri Rekha (character artist):
He is like family and we used to spend a lot of time talking with him freely like family. The only thing which is leaving us pained is that we weren’t able to see him during his last days. May his soul rest in peace.
Murali Mohan (MAA President):
I’m the president of Move Arts Association while he has been the secretary. He was very active. His main concern used to be the welfare of the small artists in Telugu Film Industry. He didn’t like to meet anyone during his last days because cancer made his condition very pitiable. It’s a great loss to the industry.
He is a person with great individuality. He used to help anyone in need. He specialsed in the east Godavari dialect and used to be a very dedicated artist. His loss is a great loss for the indutry.
Kodi Rama Krishna:
Ahuti Prasad’s character had been very crucial for the success of our movie ‘Ahuti’. As an artist he had to do more films but passed away so soon leaving the film indutry in a sense of loss. He was a big producer in Kannada and always advised others to stay away from production. He used to be concerned about the welfare of producers and enquire about the cost of production. May his soul rest in peace.Don't MissTrailer Talk: Flat – But to The PointThe theatrical trailer of the second part of the Nandamuri Taraka Ramarao biopic, Mahanayakudu is...Don't MissJagan Treads Carefully on Jump JilanisMain Opposition Party, YSR Congress is seeing a mass exodus of TDP leaders in the...Don't MissWill Allu Arjun Lend a Chance to the Poor Girl?The hype that the wink created for Priya Prakash Varrier has unfortunately become a great...Don't MissPic Talk: Can Bae Watch Be This Hot?This former Femina Miss India contest's contestant for 2012 has been making quite a number...Don't MissViral: Naidu Fans Counter to RGVWe all know how RGV made use of his favorite and the strongest weapon, Social...