Showman NT Rama Rao’s political roots when son-in-law Chandrababu Naidu cleanly cut

  • Rehan Fazal
  • bbc correspondent

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Chandrababu Naidu (left) and NT Rama Rao

NTR’s habits were a bit strange. He used to leave his bed three hours before the sunrise and had a hearty meal before the sun rose.

His wife had got her watch from him, she used to pick it up before him to take care of his comfort. This process continued till he died of cancer in 1984.

NTR was a lonely person, he had very few personal friends. Most of the people who used to meet him were producers, directors, distributors and film writers with whom he used to have only business relations.

He had seven sons and four daughters but he rarely spent time with them.

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