Yesteryear Comedian KK Sharma Passed Away

Yesteryears Comedian cum Character artiste KK Sharma passed way on yesterday (May 18th) due to some long term health related issues.  KK Sharma (84 age) left his last breath in a private hospital in Hyderabad.

KK Sharma who hails from Kakinada initially worked as Train driver before entering into films. He acted in more than 500 films, he made his entry into the industry with “Kanchu Kota” in 1967 and later did not see back with continuous offers.

He shared screen space with top actors in 1970’s and 1980’s. He was critically acclaimed for his comedy timing. He acted in films like, “Inspector Bharya”, “Billa Ranga”, “Chuttal Abbayi”, “Rajakiya Chadaramgam”, “Swathi Kiranam”, “Punya Bhoomi Naa Desam”, “Assembly Rowdy”, “Muddula Mavaya” and many.

He along with his friends produced the film “Golanagam” in 1981, he minted losses with this produced film. Even though he was present in the film industry from a long time but he didn’t acquire financial stability and he is taking MAA associations old artist pension benefits. Due to his age factor, he kept himself away from offers in recent times.

President of MAA, G. Sivaji Raja & EC Member of MAA, Suresh Kondeti have visited his Residence and expressed their deep condolences to his family members. KK Sharma family members performed his final rites on today in Kakinada.

KK Sharma survived by two daughters and a son. MFS team pays deep condolences to his bereaved family.