July 21, 2016 12:16:04 pm
Telugu star Allu Arjun and his wife Sneha Reddy, who have been married for five years, are expecting their second child. The couple already has a son named Ayaan. “Happy to share that my family is growing a little bigger. Another baby arriving soon,” Arjun wrote on his Twitter page.
According to a family source, the delivery is due in November. Sneha was spotted with a baby bump last week when she accompanied Arjun during Haritha Haram event. Arjun, who was last seen in Telugu blockbuster Sarrainodu, will next be seen in a yet-untitled project with director Harish Shankar.
Allu Arjun is a popular actor in Telugu cinema, with having won three Filmfare Best Telugu Actor Awards. He has done popular movies down south including Parugu, Vedam and Race Gurram. In 2015, Forbes India ranked Arjun in the top 50 of Forbes India 2015 celeb 100 list. His father Allu Aravind is also a famous producer. His uncle Chiranjeevi is the huge star down south. Nicknamed Bunny Arjun is known for changing his looks with every movie.
Arjun was also a child artist and made his debut in Chiranjeevi’s Vijetha. The actor is also hugely popular on Facebook, with over one crore followers on Facebook, making him the only South Indian celebrity with such a huge fan following on social media. In spite of being a Telugu star, Arjun is also popular in Kerala. His movie Arya-2 did very well in Kerala, earning him a catchy title – Mallu Arjun.
He is married to Sneha Reddy and their elder son was born in 2014. Sneha is a daughter of an industrialist based in Hyderabad. Arjun likes to collect antique things. His favourite cuisines include Thai and Mexican cuisine.
Happy to share that my family is growing a little bigger. Another baby arriving soon ! pic.twitter.com/pRGFZQJ2yi
— Allu Arjun (@alluarjun) July 20, 2016
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