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Murari murder not only on the reel but also in real

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 • Tamil Comments
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Disturbing revelations have surfaced regarding Murari Subrahmanyam Ganga Rao, the prime suspect in the chilling murder case of Tehsildar Ramanaiah, sending shockwaves through Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. Murari Subrahmanya Ganga Rao, previously known for his villainous roles in web series, finds himself entangled in a real-life crime mirroring the violence depicted on screen.

The accused, Murari Subrahmanyam Ganga Rao, had produced a web series titled 'The Night' three years prior, investing a substantial sum of over 40 lakhs into its creation. However, amidst disputes over unpaid dues, the director abandoned the project midway. Undeterred, Murari took matters into his own hands, assuming the directorial reins to complete the series, starring himself in a leading role.

Controversy clouded the release of the web series due to its graphic depiction of criminal acts, with particular attention drawn to a scene showcased in the trailer featuring a brutal assault on a young woman. Tragically, a similar modus operandi unfolded in reality as Murari brutally bludgeoned Tehsildar Ramanaiah to death, replicating the gruesome scene from his series. CCTV footage captured the heinous act, leaving no room for doubt regarding Murari's involvement.

The motive behind the murder stemmed from a dispute over the Jewel Park Apartments project site in Maduravada, where Murari had engaged in negotiations with the Tehsildar. Frustrated by the Tehsildar's refusal to comply with his demands, Murari resorted to extreme measures, snuffing out the life of Ramanaiah in a fit of rage.

Attempting to evade justice, Murari fled the scene, eluding authorities as he ventured beyond the borders of Andhra Pradesh. However, law enforcement's relentless pursuit bore fruit when Murari was apprehended in Chennai. Subsequently, he was brought into custody by the PM Palem police, marking a significant breakthrough in the case.

Presented before the court in Bhimili, the accused faced charges as the judicial system took swift action, remanding Murari Subrahmanyam Ganga Rao into custody pending further proceedings. As the investigation unfolds, the harrowing tale of crime imitating art serves as a stark reminder of the consequences of unchecked violence and unchecked ambition.

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