Over-speeding takes away Nandamuri Harikrishna's life?
In an incident that sent shock waves, former minister, former MP and legendary NTRs son Nandamuri Harikrishna passed away in a tragic road mishap near ...
In an incident that sent shock waves, former minister, former MP and legendary NTR’s son Nandamuri Harikrishna passed away in a tragic road mishap near Anneparthi in Nalgonda distrct early on Wednesday morning. The car, he was driving, lost control and overturned. Harikrishna suffered severe head injuries and was rushed to the Narketpalli Kamineni Hospital, where he passed away. The mishap occurred at aroud 4.30 AM. Harikrishna’s sons NTR junior, Tarak Ratna and Kalyan Ram are film actors. All the three sons rushed to the hospital.
A large number of NTR fans, TDP supporters and other gathered in large number at the hospital. Harikishna’s sister Daggubati Purandeswari, her husband and former minister Daggubati Venkateswara Rao, AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu, minister Lokesh and other relatives rueshed to the shopital.
Prima facie, it appears that over –speeding could be the cause of the death, Harikrishna was driving a Fortuner, (AP 28 BW 2323) which has complete safety features. But he did not put on the seat belt and that the vehicle was running at 160 kmph speed.
Eye witnesses said the vehicle hit a road divider and over turned. The impact was so huge that the vehicle flew into the air and fell on the other side of the divider. Family sources said that Harikrishna was on his way to Nellore at the time of the tragic mishap. He was to attend a wedding. Two more persons - Venkat Rao and Arikapudi Sivaji – who were traveling with him, suffered injuries.
Harikrishna began his career as a child artiste and acted in several films like Krishnavataram. He is famed for being the driver of NTR’s chaitanya ratham vehicle. He drove NTR across the state during the time of elections. He later became an MLA, MP and was a minister for sometime. He had briefly formed a party with Lakshmi Parvathi during 1998 and later re-joined the TDP.