Mimicry Artist Hari Kishan passes away

Mimicry Artist Hari Kishan passes away
Mimicry Artist Hari Kishan passes away

Popular Mimicry Artist Hari Kishan passed away today due to some illness. He was 57 years old. He was born on 30th May 1963 in Eluru. At the age of eight years, Hari Kishan started doing mimicry and over the years, and garnered a reputation. It was his natural flair to imitate his teachers, friends, and relatives at home without any formal training. He slowly went ahead to imitate Celebrities, Cricketers, Political Leaders, Film personalities, animal sounds, poets, singers, Mechanical Sounds, Musical Instruments, etc.

Hari Kishan gave his First performance on 12th January 1971. His father Sri VLN Charyulu is a Singer, a stage artiste, and a music Composer but his biggest inspiration is his aunt Mrs. Choodamani. Hari Kishan considered his aunt as his Guru. Even young heroes were imitated by Hari Kishan in the best way. He had also imitated former Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu in his presence.

Hari Kishan was a teacher of Mathematics and Physics at the All Saint’ High School, Hyd. He quit the teaching job and dedicated his whole time for Mimicry. He worked as a lecturer in the Department of Mimicry in the Potti Sri Ramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad.

www.tollywood.net condoles the demise of the super-talented artist.