Ramoji Rao Died / Sad news from the film industry- Ramoji Rao, owner of the world's largest film shooting studio, passed away

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jun 08, 2024, 08:24 AM
Ramoji Rao Died: A very sad news has come out from the entertainment world early in the morning, which has made everyone's eyes moist. It is reported that Ramoji Rao, the founder of Eenadu and Ramoji Film City, has passed away. It is being told that 87-year-old Ramoji Rao was admitted to Star Hospital in Hyderabad on Friday due to ill health. However, during treatment, he passed away at 3.45 am on Saturday. Ramoji Rao's body will be kept at Ramoji Film City for the last darshan of the people.

About Ramoji Film City

Let us tell you that Ramoji Film City Hyderabad was founded in 1996 by Ramoji Rao, who was born on November 16, 1936. Ramoji Film City is considered to be the largest film shooting studio in the world. It is located in the state of Telangana, India. This studio is spread over a total campus of 1666 acres. The biggest specialty of Ramoji Studio is that 15 to 25 films can be shot here simultaneously. There are a total of 50 shooting floors here. So far, a total of 25000 films have been shot in this studio. Apart from the South's blockbuster film 'Bahubali', Bollywood films like 'Chennai Express', 'Sooryavansham', 'Dilwale', 'Nayak', 'Golmaal' were also shot. Apart from this, many serials have also been shot here.

Chandra Babu Naidu leaves for Hyderabad

Ramoji Rao's contribution to the media and the Indian film industry is huge and his death is a big loss for the entire entertainment community. At present, the news of his death has caused a wave of mourning in the entire industry. It is being told that Chandra Babu Naidu will go to Hyderabad to pay tribute to the mortal remains of founder Ramo Ji Rao. He will leave for Hyderabad from 50 Ashoka Road, New Delhi shortly.