Legendary actor Padma Shri Allu Ramalingaiah turned 16 years old after his death, his grandson Allu Arjun took to Twitter and posted an emotional note.
Allu Arjun’s grandfather, Allu Ramalingaiah, was a famous actor in Tollywood, he played roles of characters, comedians and villain characters in more than 1000 movies. Today (July 31), on the anniversary of his grandfather’s death, the actor went to Twitter to remember his fond memories associated with his late grandfather.
Sharing a photo of his grandfather, Allu Arjun wrote, “I remember this day when he left us. I know more about him now than on that day. The more I experience many things in life the more I connect to his efforts, struggles, and journey. We all are here today in this position because of this poor farmers’ passion for cinema.
I remember this day when he left us . I know more about him now than on that day. The more I experience many things in life the more I connect to his efforts , struggles and journey. We all are here today in this position because of this poor farmers passion for cinema pic.twitter.com/eoREJPY3Xr
— Allu Arjun (@alluarjun) July 31, 2020
Allu Ramalingaiah was born into a family of farmers in Palakollu in 1922 in Andhra Pradesh. She began her career in 1953 with the film Telugu Puttillu. He was known for his comedic roles and villains in classic films like Mayabazar, Missamma, Muthyala Muggu, Sankarabharanam has acted in over a thousand films. He was awarded Padma Shri for his contribution towards arts and entertainment by the Government of India in 1990.
Allu Arjun’s new movie Pushpa is being directed by Sukumar. The film also stars Rashmika Mandanna, Prakash Raj, and Jagapathi Babu in the lead roles.