Ram Charan, Rajamouli, Warner wish Jr NTR
Young Tiger NTR's Birthday celebrations started last night, with all the actors, directors, producers and fans wishing the 'RRR' star. On Wednesday,...
Young Tiger NTR's Birthday celebrations started last night, with all the actors, directors, producers and fans wishing the 'RRR' star. On Wednesday, Mega Powerstar Ram Charan shared a candid pic along with NTR and the social media is exploded with compliments. Wishing NTR, Ram Charan said, "Happy Birthday to my dear brother @tarak9999 ! I know I owe you a return gift. But, I promise I will give you the best. More celebrations await…".
On the occasion of Jr NTR's birthday, fans, co-stars and loved ones are pouring in wishes to him on their respective social media accounts. Tarak turned 37 on Wednesday and we are in awe with him, they said. Meanwhile, S S Rajamouli, the director of 'RRR', also shared a photograph of himself with Tarak back from the times when they shot for 'Student No 1, which was their first film together, and also for both of them individually.
Rajamouli shared the photo on his Instagram handle and captioned the image as, "I am glad you were a part of my journey from the start! Happy birthday dear Tarak. I couldn't have found a better Bheem :)" (sic) Interestingly, Australia cricketer David Warner on Wednesday wished 'Yamadonga' star one of the most popular actors in the Telugu film industry, on his 37th birthday.
Warner and his wife Candice wished NTR in a unique style by dancing to the tunes of one of his most popular songs "pakka local" from the movie 'Janatha Garage' released in 2016 and wished "Happy Birthday Jr NTR. Have a good day! Along with megastar Chiranjeevi, reigning stars Ram and Sai Dharam Tej along with others posted their wishes.
To the picture shared by Rajamouli, Rana Daggubati commented saying what a lovely picture. Tarak looks very tender as it was his first film and that happened at the age of 17 only. On the work front, NTR will be seen playing Komaram Bheem in 'RRR' and has a film with Trivikram once again.