According to sources close to the family said here on Tuesday Iconic Telugu actor Brahmanandam Kanneganti underwent a heart bypass surgery at the Asian Heart Institute (AHI). Meanwhile he was rushed to the AHI Mumbai in a critical condition on Sunday and underwent several tests and was finally operated upon by renowned heart surgeon Ramakanta Panda on Monday.
Reportedly post surgery, the condition of Kanneganti is described as stable and he is under observation now. As per report it was stated that Kanneganti, 62, was accompanied by his sons Raja Gautam and Siddharth to the hospital for the surgery.
Moreover an acclaimed actor and comedian, Kanneganti has acted in over 1,000 films, mostly Telugu, and holds the Guinness World Record for the maximum film credits for any living actor. Furthermore he was honored with a Padma Shri in 2009 and is ranked among the most highly paid actors in the country.
Chiranjeevi To Bridge The Gap Between Tollywood and Jagan Megastar Chiranjeevi along with his wife Surekha Konidela met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at the Chief Minister's official residence in Tadepalli on Monday as a courtesy call. This is the first time that the Chiranjeevi or for that matter, any Telugu Film Industry Biggie met him after YS Jagan took charge.
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