Indiaherald Group of Publishers P LIMITED

close save
crop image
Mon, Oct 21, 2019 | Last Updated 3:43 pm IST

Menu &Sections


How emotional Balayya has bond with Kodela?

How emotional Balayya has bond with Kodela?
How emotional Balayya has bond with Kodela?

Unfortunately, Nandamuri balakrishna is always in news for not good reasons in media. Like a famous dialogue in his movie, Balayya has another angle that doesn’t know much about other people. Balayya was cancelled shooting of his on-going film and remains with Kodela corpus soon after his death till the completion of his tearful farewell. People and cadre were surprised to see Balayya’s emotional and bonded relationship with Doctor Kodela.

Kodela Siva prasad is the first person to share his intelligence when late ntr was decided to construct Cancer Hospital in the name of his wife. The purpose of this hospital is to diagnose cancer treatment with poor and middle class people. Kodela worked hard for the development of Basavatarakam Cancer Institute when he was Chairman between the periods from 2000 to 2009. At that time Balayya was busy in films. Kodela worked for the hospital and raise funds even he lost the election in 2004 and 2009 respectively. He handed over the Chairman to Balayya with increasing the number of beds from 50 to 400 in cancer Hospital.

Balayya is the Chairman for Cancer Institute since 2009. Even then Kodela extended help for the development of the Hospital. In particular, Kodela relationships with nri friends added advantage for raising the funds. Balayya has invited Kodela for any inauguration of new medical equipment and take his suggestions. Director Boyapati said in one interview that Kodela has inspired for the movie “Simha”. Balayya is the center of attraction during Kodela’s last rites in Narsaraopet.  

How emotional Balayya has bond with Kodela?
5/ 5 - (1 votes)
Add To Favourite
More from author
About the author

Professional writing -- be it screenwriting or copywriting -- has never been a simple career path, let alone a financially sound one. The difference today is that the competition is way too fierce for the demand.