EVV Satyanarayana Dies At 56By Naiwrita Sinha, Gaea News Network
Saturday, January 22, 2011
HYDERABAD, INDIA (GaeaTimes.com)- Noted Telegu filmmaker EVV Satyanarayana died on January 21 after a severe cardiac arrest took his life away last night. The director cum producer who has given the Telugu film industry several hits breathed his last at the Apollo Hospital, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad. The ace filmmaker was already suffering from a malicious throat cancer. Recently his health conditions had taken a worse turn following which his family decided to admit him in the hospital.
EVV Satyanarayana, however, failed to cope up with his deteriorating health conditions and died in the massive stroke. Ever since the news broke down, it has rendered a severe shock to almost every insider of the Telugu film fraternity. Not only people from Tollywood, fans too have been shattered by the death news of their favorite director. EVV Satyanarayana is survived by his wife Saraswathi and two sons Allari Naresh and Aryan Rajesh both of whom are actors of the Telugu film industry. EVV Satyanarayana made his first venture into films with his directorial “Chevilo Puvvu”. He rose to fame with “Premakhaidi” which was a super hit at the box office.
Not only these, his other famous films include “Kithakithalu” and “Bendu Apparao” where he created magic with his second son Allari Naresh. EVV Satyanarayana had also launched his elder son Aryan Rajesh with “Hai”. EVV Satyanarayana is also credited with giving the Telugu film industry many superstars including Pawan Kalyan. “Chala Bagundi” made the audience see EVV Satyanarayana taking the place as a producer for the first time. He also made his tryst with the Hindi Film industry with “Suryavansh”. Now that the renowned filmmaker has died, an irreplaceable big gap has been created in Tollywood.
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