Kindly excuse us, we are still in a dissonance of what facet of Nagarjuna Akkineni can we speak about because -

He’s an Actor...a Producer…a Businessman…the T’town’s one and only “Manmadhudu”…and our beloved KING”!

He’s not just a star-kid who could sit pretty in a baap ka shop business! He is a pioneer in fact! Basically he’s a man who loves ‘wheels and motion’ and that is why, to the industry that was peacefully crawling on a cartwheel he put on the first gear with Shiva (1989).  He kept on applying gears and kept raising the bar whenever Telugu cinema was on a ‘luna’ pace.

He likes to do what the world warns him of and post that he gives that typical ‘Conqueror-smile’ which hurts the latter’s ego like hell! Geethanjali, Govinda Govinda, Antham, Ninne Pelladutha, Super are a few to mention. And can you propose an alternative to the epic characters like ‘Annamayya’ and ‘Sri Rama Dasu’? We bet on that! Now where’s the scope for the critiques and naysayers?! And one such attempt is Manam, which is undoubtedly a unique attempt in Indian cinema - again it is Nag who did this!

Getting three generations onto a single platform and especially getting the legendary actor ANR back on the celluloid is certainly a rare feat. For those who think Manam to be an ambitious project pushed onto tracks, the film has zipped their mouths today. The way the family has told an age old concept in the most simplest and beautiful way is commendable. Especially Nagarjuna played a pivotal role in the project. Today, the film has turned a ‘heart’ favorite from everyone right from a celebrity to an average cine goer. It remained as the grandest celebration of family relationships and emotion till date.  Yes…it is a film close to Nag's heart and he has given his father the right tribute in the name of ‘Manam’.

Such a man beyond description and adjectives is our SENSATIONAL STAR OF THE WEEK and we love writing about him!

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