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Happy Birthday Nagarjuna: From Bollywood journey to love story with Amala, riveting facts of ‘Manmadhudu’

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Introduced to the showbiz arena in 1986 as the son of legendary actor Akkineni Nageswara Rao (ANR), Nagarjuna didn’t take much time to join the bandwagon of Telugu heroes who strike the perfect balance between commercial entertainers and content-driven films.

In an illustrious film career spanning for over three decades, the handsome hunk has reinvented himself according to changing times and kept his scintillating stardom intact. After kicking off his journey with a string of actioners, he gradually became a force to reckon with courtesy his solid acting chops, good looks, well-built physique, distinctive selection of roles and convincing performances on the silver screen.

Time and again, Nagarjuna proved that ‘age is just a number’ by consistently maintaining a well-toned body with no signs of ageing whatsoever. The superstar of ‘Shiva’ is celebrating his 61st birthday on Saturday and check out some of his riveting facts from Bollywood journey to second marriage with Amala Akkineni.

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