‘KGF tata’ fame Krishna G Rao passes away at 70

Team Udayavani, Dec 7, 2022, 5:17 PM IST

Bengaluru: Pan-India movie “KGF” fame Krishan G Rao (70) popularly known as “KGF tata” passed away on Wednesday, December 7.

As per the reports Rao who had collapsed in his relative’s house a few days back was admitted to a hospital near Sita Circle.

He was receiving treatment for a respiratory tract-related ailment in the ICU.

As the doctors confirmed his condition to be critical, on Wednesday he breathed his last.

Rao who had acted in ‘Rocking Star’ Yash starrer “KGF”, was also on a shoot for his upcoming movie “Nano Narayanappa”, in which he played the lead role.

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