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Fire mishap, Manam set burnt to ashes

Fire mishap, Manam set burnt to ashes

Four fire tenders rushed to the spot. The Annapurna studios fire accident was happened on Monday, 13 November evening.

A day after the grand reception of Tollywood's megastar Nagarjuna's son, major fire broke out at Annapurna studios that is owned by him. Fortunately it was contained and no one was injured.

Hyderabad district fire officer M Srinivas Reddy said that it was a ground plus one floor structure and a part of roof made of iron beams collapsed. Speaking to newsmen, Nagarjuna said it was very unfortunate that the set was gutted as it was constructed to shoot his father's last movie and that is where Nageswara Rao spent his last days. TV reports say that the sets have been completely burnt. However there is no confirmed news on the same.

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Annapurna Studios, promoted by actor Akkineni Nagarjuna, was set up in 1975 by late Telugu actor Nageswara Rao Akkineni.

It primarily creates and appropriates Telugu films and and also gives different generation offices, including sound stages for set development, editing, open air sets, dubbing and digital intermediate suites.

Only recently the famous RK Studios was caught in a severe incident.