Mahanati, the biopic of legendary South Indian actress Savitri, starring Keerthy Suresh and Dulquer Salmaan, directed by Nag Ashwin, is one of the biggest heart-touching movies of the recent times. The former CM of AP Kasu Brahmananda Reddy’s son and Ex-minister Kasu Krishna Reddy also opened about Mahanati Savitri. He said, his mother and Savitri Mahanati were very closed. They used to go for shopping together in Chennai. He also talked about Savitri’s addiction to alcohol. He said, situations had made her to take the support of alcohol though she wasn’t inclined to do it. He further said, “ Savitri’s uncle Choudhary drinks a lot. She was grown up in a household where the elders drink a lot.”
On the otherside, Vijaya, the grand daughter of Savitri’s uncle KV Chowdary revealed the real nature of Savitri’s daughter Vijaya Chamundeswari. She said, Savitri Mahanti had to move into a small rented house in Anna Nagar with her son Satish because of Vijaya Chamundeswari, her husband and in-laws cases for properties. She didn’t look after her mother Savitri Mahanati when she was alive but now she is getting emotional. She also questioned Vijaya Chamundeswari, why she didn’t take care of her brother after Savitri’s demise if she is really concerned. She also added, Savitri grew up in such an atmosphere where KV Chowdary and Durgamba were alcoholics. She praised Gemini Genesan and his first wife Babji while calling Vijaya Chamundeswari pukka commercial.
When Vijaya Chamundeswari asked to comment about Vijaya’s comments, Savitri’s daughter Vijaya Chamundeswari refused to say anything.
Recently veteran actress Ramaprabha also talked about Savitri’s life and made sensational comments. Recently during the media interaction Ramaprabha told to media person, “Savitri was not betrayed by Gemini Ganesan. She herself did everything to herself. In the last days of her life, Savitri was in the hospital which was owned by Gemini Ganesan’s daughter who was born to his 1st wife.” Ramaprabha also added, “ Savitri shunned all the friends who loved her. No one made her addicted to alcoholic but she herself has chosen that.”