Rare honour to Superstar

Rare honour to Superstar

The Australian Government has come forward to honour Telugu superstar Krishna Ghattamaneni for his massive fan following and outstanding contribution to Indian and Telugu cinema. A postal stamp has been issued on his name by the Australian Government. Krishna, who recently called it quits for acting, has acted in more than 350 feature films.

Krishna, who began his career with minor roles in films 'Padandi Munduku', 'Kulagothralu' and 'Paruvu Prathishta', debuted as a lead with Adurthi Subba Rao's 'Tena Manasulu'.  Krishna has a huge fan base and following in people of all ages and all walks of life. He is touted to be first cow boy in Telugu. His credits include- the first cinemascope movie ('Alluri Seetharama Raju'), first 70mm movie ('Simhasanam'), first DTS Movie ('Telugu Veera Levara') and also introduced James Bond mannerisms to the Telugu cinema.

The fans of superstar Krishna and Mahesh Babu are elated and on cloud nine with this news.


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