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Mukkamala Krishnamurthy
Born 1920
Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India
Died 1987
Occupation Actor, Director

Mukkamala Krishna Murthy (1920–1987) was a lawyer turned actor who was active in Telugu movies in the 1950s and the 1960s. He was a stage actor in his student days and was popular in the role of French General Bussy in Bobbili Yuddham, a stage play based on the historical Battle of Bobbili (Bobbili Yuddham). He joined the Telugu film industry in the late 1940s in Madras and played a variety of character roles in a career lasting for about 35 years. He died in 1987.




facilitations performed by Kalarajyam, Hyderabad and Mukkammala was crowned as "Natabrahma" which means a creator of acting.

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He was survived by four children: a son and three daughters. His eldest son is Subba Rao, eldest daughter Sita Rajya Lakshmi (an additional district judge at Nellore), second daughter Padmavathi (residing at Guntur), youngest daughter Seshamma (practising High Court advocate in Chennai).[1]


  1. ^ As per Andhra Jyothi magazine.

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