Tributes pour in for Tollywood Senior Editor Gowtham Raju
The tragic loss of Editor Gowtham Raju has made the Telugu Film Industry sad. Many celebrities and their fans have paid tribute to him and offered their heartfelt condolences. Industry. The media confirmed the news of Gowtham Raju’s death. Several Industry celebs took to Twitter in order to offer their final tributes to the legendary technician.
He was 68 years old and experiencing health issues due to age. He was receiving kidney-related treatments over the last few days in the hospital. The health of his patient deteriorated after midnight, and he breathed his final.
“Senior Editor Gowtham Raju garu died. His soul will remain in peace. The strength of family, friends as well as loved family members (sic),” Vamshi Shekar confirmed the post after sharing a photo of Gowtham Raju on Twitter.
Actor Sai Dharam Tej wrote, “Heartbroken at the loss of Editor #GauthamRaju Garu, a man of great work & character, with whom I have worked closely during my initial phase of career. You’ll always be alive in your work sir. Sending my strength to family and dear ones. #RIPGauthamRaju Garu.
Heartbroken at the loss of Editor #GauthamRaju Garu,a man of great work & character,with whom I have worked closely during my initial phase of career.
You'll always be alive in your work sir.
Sending my strength to family and dear ones.#RIPGauthamRaju Garu.
— Sai Dharam Tej (@IamSaiDharamTej) July 6, 2022
— Suresh Productions (@SureshProdns) July 6, 2022
With the saddest of hearts I bid farewell to our very dear family friend, editor for many of nanas movies, Gautam Raju Garu. You have always been such a pillar of for everybody who came to you. Rest in eternal peace uncle. #gauthamraju
— Manchu Lakshmi Prasanna (@LakshmiManchu) July 6, 2022
Goutham Raju has worked on more than 850 movies. He was an editor for Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Hindi films, and then carved out his own niche. His notable films include such as Gabbar Singh Allu Arjun’s Race Gurram, Balupu, Don Seenu, and many more.
Goutham Raju debuted as an editor along with Chattaniki Kallulevu. The team won the Nandi award for the best editor for the JrNTR’s Aadi.