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       My father died not due to dengue fever, says grieving Sawbhagya Venkitesh
 
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Actress and dancer Thara Kalyan's husband Raja Venkitesh died not due to dengue fever, says grieving daughter Sowbhagya Venkitesh. 
 
Many media houses reported wrong facts and that is why she, even at this juncture, took to Facebook to explain the real reason.
 
The FB post goes like this:
 
We lost him... 
 
I didnt want to post something like this but the news is really misleading... He was not suffering from dengue fever... He had a viral fever which later on led to a serious chest infection for which we took him to Amritha hospital. Unfortunately he developed another serious condition called septecemia. It led to multiple organ failure. He spent 9 days in the hospital. Pls do not spread wrong information. 
 
He might not have had a very successful career; but I feel depressed when I see the media stating that he was not very popular since he did minor roles in big screen and mini screen.
My father was the hero of the serial "Deshaadanapakshi" serial which was the first venture of manorama vision. He debut serial was Nizhal yudham serial as the hero (in Doordarshan channel.) and the list continues... He has done almost 20 mega serials as Hero...
 
Most sought after handsome hero of mini screen.... And I am very proud to say it though the media is not... The wrong news is a disgrace to my father...
 
Above all he has been a wonderful person... The best daddy ever and a very loving husband to my mom.... You will always be my hero daddy....
 
Thank u all for the love and concern...
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