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Naga Chaitanya Hopes To Collaborate With Alia Bhatt. He Believes Ranbir Can Perform His Role In The Hindi Version Of ‘Manam’

In the Telugu film business, Naga Chaitanya has made a name for himself. He also has stated a desire to collaborate with Alia Bhatt, Priyanka Chopra, and Katrina Kaif.
by Honey Rose Thomas | August 16, 2022 18:14 IST
Naga Chaitanya Hopes To Collaborate With Alia Bhatt. He Believes Ranbir Can Perform His Role In The Hindi Version Of ‘Manam’

The Laal Singh Chaddha movie starring Aamir Khan marked Naga Chaitanya's significant Bollywood debut. He is the son of Akkineni Nagarjuna. In an exclusive interview with Pinkvilla the Bollywood actors he would want to see in the Hindi versions of his own films during a fun rapid-fire round. In an open conversation, the Ye Maaya Chesave actor said that Ranbir Kapoor would be able to take on his role in the Hindi version of Manam.

 
The Akkineni Family produced the movie. The 2014 movie, starred Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Nagarjuna, Naga Chaitanya, Shriya Saran, and Nagarjuna. It was helmed by Vikram Kumar. Additionally, Varun Dhawan in the Thadaka remake and Kartik Aryan in the movie
 
The Telugu film industry's rising star, Naga Chaitanya, has also expressed a desire to collaborate with Alia Bhatt, Priyanka Chopra, and Katrina Kaif. In a lighthearted conversation, Naga Chaitanya also discussed the best pick-up lines. It has been used on him and is an idea that has revolutionized his life.
 
Meanwhile, in an interview with Pinkvilla, Naga Chaitanya discussed his 13-year career in the industry, saying,  "It feels great, it has been an amazing journey. You know it's taken me through all sorts of emotions so much learning has happened. I can't see myself anywhere else apart from where I'm right now. So that's really great because I think I have kept progressing through the years. I have just gotten more and more immersed in what I was doing. Maybe previously you know I was so unclear about so many things. But over the years, the industry has taught me so much and given me clarity as a person and as an actor. And I just want to keep going."


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