Nandamuri Tarakaratna is a prominent Telugu actor who has carved a niche for himself in the Telugu film industry. Born on May 8, 1983, in Hyderabad, Telangana, Tarakaratna hails from the prestigious Nandamuri family, which has produced many renowned actors and political figures in the state.
Tarakaratna started his acting career in 2002 with the film “Okato Number Kurradu,” but it was his second film, “Amaravathi,” that garnered him attention and recognition. He has since acted in more than 25 films in lead roles, playing a variety of characters that showcase his versatility as an actor.
One of his notable performances was in the film “Sasirekha Parinayam,” where he played a negative role that was critically acclaimed. He also received praise for his portrayal of the character Satya in the film “Raksha,” which earned him a nomination for the Best Actor award at the Nandi Awards.
Apart from acting, Tarakaratna is also a producer and has produced several films under his banner, Tarakaratna Arts. He is known for his commitment to quality and has produced films that have received critical acclaim.
In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Tarakaratna is actively involved in philanthropic activities. He has supported many charitable organizations and is known for his contributions to the welfare of the underprivileged.
Despite being part of a renowned family, Tarakaratna has faced his fair share of struggles in the industry. However, his dedication and hard work have helped him establish a successful career in the Telugu film industry.
He was hospitalized recently due to a severe cardiac arrest in the election campaign initiated by TDP leader Nara Lokesh. He was collapsed at the beginning of the Yuvagalam yatra and was admitted to Bangalore. Unfortunately, he had his last breath after fighting with multiple health issues. May his soul rest in peace.