The Indian film industry was plunged into a wave of mourning when news broke out of the death of Ramesh Babu, the elder brother of the popular Telugu actor Mahesh Babu. Ramesh Babu was an influential figure in the Telugu film industry, having produced several commercially successful films.
Ramesh Babu Passes Away
Ramesh Babu passed away on the 24th of June, 2021, at the age of 60. He had been suffering from a prolonged illness and succumbed to it in the end. He is survived by his wife, two sons, and a daughter.
Wave of Mourning in Film Industry
The news of Ramesh Babu’s death sent ripples through the film industry, with many celebrities expressing their sadness and condolences. His brother Mahesh Babu also expressed his grief and shock at the news of Ramesh Babu’s death.
Mahesh Babu’s Elder Brother
Ramesh Babu was the elder brother of the popular Telugu actor Mahesh Babu. He was a well-known producer in the Telugu film industry and had a long-standing association with the industry.
Ramesh Babu’s Contributions to Film Industry
Ramesh Babu had a long and successful career in the Telugu film industry. He produced several commercially successful films, including the blockbuster hits ‘Businessman’, ‘Athadu’, and ‘Pokiri’. He was also well-known for his philanthropic activities, having donated generously to various charitable causes.
Tributes from Film Industry
Tributes have been pouring in from all corners of the film industry, with many celebrities paying their respects to Ramesh Babu. His brother Mahesh Babu also took to social media to pay tribute to Ramesh Babu, calling him an “inspiration” and a “pillar of strength”.
Memorial Services for Ramesh Babu
Ramesh Babu’s funeral was held on the 25th of June, 2021, with many celebrities attending the service to pay their respects. Mahesh Babu also attended the funeral, where he was seen consoling his family members.
Ramesh Babu’s death has left a void in the film industry that will be difficult to fill. His contributions to the industry will never be forgotten and he will always be remembered for his immense contribution to the Telugu film industry.