Jaya Prakash Reddy Death

Jaya Prakash Reddy’s tragic death at 74: A big blow to the Telugu film industry

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Veteran Telugu stage and film entertainer Jaya Prakash Reddy passed on of the coronary incident at his habitation in Guntur on Tuesday. He was 74 and made due by a spouse and a child, family sources said.

He fell inside the washroom on Tuesday morning and inhaled his last breath. Jaya Prakash Reddy, famously known as JP, started his vocation as a teacher. It has driven him towards the stage by his passion for acting. After that, he took up his skill to differed parts in incalculable dramatizations.

He at that point pulled in the development of Telugu entertainment world. This leads to an assortment of jobs that came to him. Whether it’s reprobate in-your-face or a humorist, JP put no sweat into the parts and aroused the crowd.

As a scalawag, he earned a special character talking the Rayalaseema articulation of Telugu. A curiosity that turned into his USP and raised the normal ”Seema” factionist. JP acted over 100 movies close by the top actors of Telugu films. He worked with Chiranjeevi, Balakrishna, Nagarjuna, Venkatesh, Pawan Kalyan and Mahesh Babu. Also, he acted in a couple of films in Kannada as well as Tamil.

“Sarileru Neekevvaru” was the last film he works on with Anil Sunkara. However, that established him as a film artist, JP never quit the theater. He definitely kept assuming functions in stage shows. He played out a discourse as Alexander and won wide appreciation. This actor also began the JP’s Monthly Drama Sabha in Guntur city as well as supported theater.

Condolences to Jaya Prakash

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy, TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu, film characters and others passed on sorrow over JP’s’ death.

AP Chief Minister said in a message that, Mr. Jaya Prakash made an exceptional spot for himself in the film land. He achieved this honor through his inimitable exchange conveyance and idiosyncrasies. Chandrababu Naidu said JP’s demise was a deep misery to the Telugu entertainment world. He also added, the Telugu theaters has lost a gem.

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