Earlier this morning (July 6), actor Aadhi Pinisetty took to his official Twitter page to mourn the unfortunate demise of Mr Srikanth, who worked as an associate to Aadhi's father, Ravi Raja Pinisetty. Ravi Raja Pinisetty is known for directing several superhit movies in Telugu and some of his notable works include Jwala, Punyasthree, Chakravarthy, Yamudiki Mogudu, Abhimanyu, Raja Vikramarka, Aaj Ka Goonda Raj, Bangaru Bullodu, Devudu, Maa Annayya, Adhipathi, Veede, etc. Aadhi Pinisetty shared the picture of Srikanth and recollected the beautiful memories that he shared with him.

Sharing his picture, Aadhi wrote, "Mr. Srikanth worked as an Associate Director with my dad. I would spent a lot of time with him as a kid. He was always positive, always uplifting those around him. Will miss his smile, his presence and all the memories we shared. Rest in peace, Srikanth uncle". Details regarding Srikanth's cause of death are yet to be known. He was 59 years old when he breathed his last. Aadhi's fans and well-wishers have shared their heartfelt condolence messages on social media.

Aadhi Pinisetty, on the acting front, will next be seen playing an important role in Keerthy Suresh's upcoming sports drama, Good Luck Sakhi. Aadhi will be seen as Keerthy's love interest in this film, which is helmed by Nagesh Kukunoor. The film is fully completed and ready for release. In Tamil, Aadhi's next film will be Clap, in which he plays the role of an athlete. Clap is directed by debutant Prithivi Adithya and has music composed by Isaignani Ilaiyaraaj. Produced by IB Karthikeyan under the banner of Big Print Pictures, the film features Aakanksha Singh as the female lead.

The sequel to Maragadha Naanayam is also on cards and we will have to see if Aadhi will be a part of that. For now, check out Aadhi Pinisetty's latest emotional statement, mourning the loss of his uncle, Mr.Srikanth here: