Uday Kiran’s film to discuss lives & careers of the depressed Added on Jan 15, 2014 Lover boy Uday Kiran was more than a movie star when he started off his career with three back-to-back super hits. The life and times of young heart-throb, who’s known for his cute dimpled ever-lasting smile and boy next door looks in his films ‘Chitram’, ‘Nuvvu Nenu’, ‘Manasantha Nuvve’, ‘Kalasukovalani’, ‘Holi’, ‘Nee Sneham’, ‘Neeku Nenu Naaku Nuvve’, etc., suddenly turned low-key demeanor after the break-up of his engagement with Chiranjeevi’s elder daughter Sushmitha. Although he turned his back on theater to do film career and earn his lost glory, several other regrettable incidents in his life during his last 10 years lead to his mysterious death recently. A socialite named Kaali Sudhir, who runs a Muse Art Gallery in Marriott Hotel recently started a foundation on the name of Uday Kiran to help those in depression through counseling. So a documentary film that excavates layers of myth and memory in elusive truth of the actor’s heartbreaking end and to discuss lives and careers of those who are under depression is reportedly being planned for the making. RP Patnaik, Mahdura Sridhar, Lakshmi Manchu, Dasardh Kumar, Gopimohan and Pragathi have already joined as members of this trust.