Happy Birthday Jr NTR: Here are few interesting facts about 'RRR' actor

Jr NTR turned 38 today. The fans of the actor have taken the internet by storm by wishing the actor on a special day.

By Bhavana Sharma  Published on  20 May 2021 10:06 AM GMT
Happy Birthday Jr NTR: Here are few interesting facts about RRR actor

Jr NTR turned 38 today. The fans of the actor have taken the internet by storm by wishing the actor on a special day. Popularly known as Young Tiger, Tarak is one of the most humble actors in the Telugu film industry and is not only known for his acting skills but also for his dance as well.

The actor is awaiting the release of his next film, RRR which is directed by Rajamouli. RRR will be released in multiple languages across the country. Post that he will team up with Prashanth Neel of KGF fame for a pan India film. Here are a few interesting facts about the Tarak.

A Kuchipudi dancer

Tarak is an Amazing dancer and there is no doubt about it. He has a huge fan base, not just for his performance on screen but also for his dancing skills. If you have wondered how come he can dance some amazing movements with ease, the secret is that he is a Kuchipudi dancer. The Young Tiger sets the screen on fire with ease with all the dance moves in films.

What a cook!

He is an amazing cook and the biryani he makes is famous. Well, only his colleagues and friends get to taste it besides his family. Not many know that stepping into the kitchen and cooking is a big stress buster to him, and the actor himself has admitted that he really enjoys cooking for his wife. When he hosted Bigg Boss Season 1, he even cooked for the housemates.

It's all about 9

Jr. NTR is crazy about the number 9 and makes sure that somehow the number 9 is related to everything that he does. From his vehicle registration number which is 9999 to his Twitter profile name, the actor has the number 9 in it. In fact, he paid Rs 10.5 lakh to get registration number 9999 for his BMW 7 series car.

Acting debut at the age of 10

Tarak forayed into acting right at the age of ten and that too with a film which was directed by none other than his grandfather Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao. The film is titled Brahmarshi Vishwamitra. Later, he was seen in Bala Ramayana, which hit the screens in 1996. Under the category of children of age of 12, he even bagged the National Award for the Best Children's film of that year. This film even led to his debut as a lead actor in Rajamouli's Student No.1 and this happened when Tarak was 17-years-old.

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