Young Tiger NTR turns 29 today. It’s been more than ten years since he made his debut as a hero and NTR has grown from strength to strength. Born on May 20, 1983 NTR made a cameo in Brahmarishi Viswamitra at the age of eight and in 1997, he went on to win a National Award for Best Child Artist for his performance in Bala Ramayanam. Four years later, he made his debut as a lead actor in Ninnu Chudalani and he scored his first hit with S S Rajamouli’s Student No 1. He became a star with V V Vinayak’s Aadi and later went on to star in Simhadri, which was a blockbuster. NTR later went on to act in films like Rakhi which were critically acclaimed and later films like Yamadonga and Adhurs brought out a new dimension in him as an actor. He’s perhaps one of the best actors when it comes to mouthing lengthy dialogues and there are very very few actors in the industry who can match up to his screen presence, dances and dialogue delivery. His recent film Dhammu is proof enough of his starpower.
NTR will soon team up with Sreenu Vaitla for Baadhsah which will go on floors on June 11. Ganesh Babu is producing the film and it’s being touted as an excellent action entertainer. Kajal is going to play the lead role in the film.
123telugu.com wishes NTR a very happy birthday.
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