Mahesh Babu and Chiranjeevi pay tribute to producer Nayaran Das Narang


Nayaran Das Narang, notable distributor, producer, and head of the Telugu Film Chamber Of Commerce died on Tuesday, April 19. He had been suffering from age-related ailments for a few months. He died at a private hospital in Hyderabad. Narayan Das, who was 76 years of age, has produced a few movies and helped to establish the Asian Cinemas chain of multiplexes. He is likewise a co-proprietor of AMB Cinemas in Hyderabad. He has recently released Telugu films like Love Story, featuring Naga Chaitanya and Sai Pallavi, and Lakshya featuring Naga Shaurya.

Brought into the world on July 27, 1946, Narayan Das has been in the film business for over 50 years. He was involved in the financing, distribution, and exhibition of films, and was a top distributor in Telangana. In relationship with driving stars of Tollywood, he set up well-known multiplexes like AMB Cinemas, AVD Cinemas, and AAA Cinemas in association with Mahesh Babu, Vijay Deverakonda, and Allu Arjun respectively.

Honoring Narayan Das, actor Chiranjeevi called him a master in the field of the film industry, an upright man who stood by his words, and a man with commitment and immense experience.

“Shocked and saddened by the demise of #NarayanDasNarang garu. A prolific figure in our film industry… his absence will be deeply felt. A privilege to have known and worked with him” composed Mahesh Babu.

Narayan Das’ impending activities included Shekhar Kammula’s executive with Dhanush as the lead and The Ghost featuring Akkineni Nagarjuna. He is having two sons and a daughter. His children Sunil Narang and Bharath Narang are likewise producers. Relatives have said that the memorial service will happen at 4 pm on Tuesday at the Mahaprasthanam crematorium in Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad.