Facts About Krishna
|Estimate Net Worth||$5 million|
|Birthday||May 31 1943|
Krishna's Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)
Krishna's Net Worth
Krishna’s net worth has risen dramatically over the years. Krishna’s acting career is his primary source of income. Krishna has been the main character in several films, product partnering project collaborations, and media advertisements as a result of his acting ability and sense of humor. Krishna has a net worth of $5 million (2)
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Krishna's Wife and Family Life
Krishna again married his first wife, Indira Devi, and had three more children, Mahesh Babu in 1975, Manjula Ghattamaneni in 1970, and Priyadarshini in 1979. Krishna never had children with Vijaya Nirmala, but he appears to have raised her first marriage’s son Naresh as his own.
Krishna was cast as the lead in Doondi and Sunderlal Nehta’s blockbuster Gudachaari 116, which brought the detective genre to the forefront of Tollywood. Though action movies were his specialty, Krishna also appeared in Marapurani Katha, Atthagaaru Kotthakodalu, and Undamma Bottu Pedathaa. He also collaborated with more established actors like N. During this time, T. Rama Rao and Akkineni Nageswara Rao appeared in films such as Sthree Janma, Niluvu Dopidi, Vichithra Kutumbam, Akka Chellellu, and Manchi Kutumbam.
Krishna founded his own production company, Padmalaya Films, at this time and produced several high-budget films, including Mosagallaku Mosagadu, Pandanti Kapuram, and Devudu Chesina Manushulu, Alluri Seetharama Raju, and Agnipariksha. Krishna also co-founded Vijaya Krishna Movies with his second wife, Vijaya Nirmala, and produced several critically acclaimed films, including Meena and Devadasu. Mosagallaki Mosagadu, which introduced the Cowboy film genre in 1971, and Alluri Seetharamaraju, which debuted in 1974, were both sensational in their own right. Except for Cheekati Velugulu, none of Krishna’s films from this era impacted the box office because people were hesitant to watch him in softer roles after seeing him in the eponymous movie Alluri Seetha Rama Raju.
In 1976, Krishna returned with his lavishly produced home production Paadi Pantalla. The film addressed several contemporary agricultural issues and was a box office smash. Krishna’s performance in Raja Rajeswari Vilas Coffee Club, his second film for Vijaya, was well received. Krishna’s third film that year was the moderately successful Rama Rajyamloo Raktha Payasam. In addition to his production work and acting in self-produced cinema, he appeared in Kolleti Kapuram, Bhalee Dongalu, and Devudee Gelichaadu in 1976. While Kolleti Kapuram received critical acclaim for its thought-provoking dialogues and for trying to capture the serenity of Kolleru Lake in the West Godavari district, Bhalee Dongalu, a remake of the Hindi film Chor Machaayee Shoor, received mixed reviews. (4)
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- Krishna (Telugu actor), retrieved from https://dbpedia.org/page/Krishna_(Telugu_actor)
Krishna (Telugu actor), retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krishna_(Telugu_actor)