Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Veteran yesteryear actor Krishna Kumar passed away at her home in Bengaluru. She was 85. She was diagnosed with cancer. She had been undergoing treatment for the recent years. Krishna is survived by her daughter with whom she had been living at her Bengaluru house. She made her acting debut in 1951 with the Telugu movie Navvithe Navaratnalu and worked in more than 200 movies in two decades in Tamil, Kannada and Telugu film enterprises. She was one of the well known on-screen characters during 60s. During her acting career, she worked with prestigious identities like NT Rama Rao, Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Krishnam Raju among a few others. Krishna is the younger sister of another mainstream yesteryear courageous woman, Sowkar Janaki. In her underlying years, she showed up in a string of Tamil film, yet later, she changed her concentration to Telugu silver screen. Her execution in some of Telugu films like ‘Bharya Bhartalu’, ‘Vagdanam’, ‘Kulagothralu’ is as yet seen to be of most noteworthy quality. Her best films have been with Akkineni Nageswara Rao and NT Rama Rao. She is likewise perceived for her coordinated effort for legendary depictions with Telugu performer maker Kanta Rao. It is to be noticed that Krishna Kumari is likewise a beneficiary of the President’s honor. Post her marriage to Ajay Mohan Khaitan, she quit acting and ventured far from the spotlight.