Chiranjeevi remembers his idol Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao on the latter's birth anniversary

Chiranjeevi shares a sweet memory with Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao which is currently trending on social media and they both worked on the film Tirugu Leni manishi.
Written By Manoj Kumar | Updated: May 28, 2020 11:12 IST
Chiranjeevi remembers his idol Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao on the latter's birth anniversary

Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao is a pride of Telugu Cinema. The legendary actor acted in more than 300 movies and amassed a massive following among the audiences. He is the first one to get the demi-god status in the Telugu film industry. After NTR, the hero who attained such a wide fan base is Chiranjeevi. This star actor is still ruling the industry with his numero uno status. Meanwhile, today is the birth anniversary of NTR. On this occasion, Chiru remembered the legendary actor by sharing a post on him.

 
Chiru posted a couple of pictures of him with NTR. Then he wrote a heartfelt post, reminiscing his memories with NTR. Chiru also stated that he feels blessed to have acted alongside NTR. Both the actors worked together in the film Tiruguleni Manishi. Directed by K. Raghavender Rao, this film was a big hit at the box office. Chiru's tweet read, "తెలుగు జాతి పౌరుషం, తెలుగు వారి ఆత్మగౌరవం తెలుగు నేల గుండెల్లో ఎన్నటికీ చెదరని జ్ఞాపకం నందమూరి తారక రామారావుగారి కీర్తి అజరామరం. వారితో కలిసి నటించడం నా అదృష్టం. పుట్టినరోజునాడు ఆ మహానుభావుని స్మరించుకుంటూ... (He is a pride of Telugu people. He is an unforgettable memory of Telugu land. Nandamuri Taraka Ramarao's legacy is immortal. I feel blessed to work with him. Remembering that great personality on his birthday)."
 
Not only Chiru, but all the major actors of the industry and many fans have remembered NTR on his birth anniversary. Every year, NTR's family members used to visit his Ghat in Hyderabad, to pay their respects. But this time, they have canceled the plans as it would gather many people at the venue, which can cause trouble during these tough times of the coronavirus pandemic.
 
 


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