Fans express their sympathies as Mahesh Babu’s mother Indira Devi passes away in Hyderabad


Indira Devi, the mother of Mahesh Babu, passed away on Wednesday, a few days after being brought to a hospital in Hyderabad for her sickness.

Indira Devi, the mother of actor Mahesh Babu, passed away on Wednesday. According to a report, she passed away at 4 am, a few days after being admitted to a Hyderabad hospital for her sickness. Known as Indira Devi, Krishna was a seasoned performer.

In a statement, Mahesh Babu’s family confirmed that Indira Devi’s burial would be held at Maha Prasthanam. Fans may pay their final respects by visiting her mortal remains at Padmalaya Studios.

“Smt Ghattamaneni Indira Devi, the longtime actress Krishna’s wife and Mahesh Babu’s mother, passed away just now. It had been a long time since she had been healthy. The last rites will be performed at Maha Prasthanam after her mortal remains are preserved at Padmalaya Studios for admirers to visit beginning at 9 a.m. today, according to a statement obtained by News18.

On Twitter, fans expressed their condolences. Someone wrote, “Amma (mother), may you rest in peace! Keep your anna (brother) Mahesh Babu strong.” Another tweet stated, “God, please give Mahesh Babu some stamina. Always by your side, Anna.” Yet another user tweeted, “I humbly praise Indira Garu (a term used to show respect to an elder). Keep your chin up, Mahesh Babu anna. To the Gattamaneni family, my condolences.” “Everything may be replaced, but mom’s love cannot,” another fan said. It broke my heart to learn of Mahesh Babu’s mother’s passing. Goodbye, Indira Devi garu. Keep Your Strength, Mahesh Babu.

Mahesh last left a message for his mother on Instagram in May of this year. He had posted images of Indira, his wife Namrata Shirodkar, and their kids, Gautham and Sitara Ghattamaneni. He had written, “To my Amma. To the mother of my lifelines. A very happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers in the globe! Your love can never be replaced. Always be respectful!”

Mahesh Babu uploaded a photo of himself holding Indira’s hand on Mother’s Day the previous year. He had wrote, “Happy birthday, Amma I am thankful for you every day.”

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