September 6, 2016 2:14:00 pm
The much awaited Naga Chaitanya-Samantha Ruth Prabhu wedding dates are still to be decided as Akkineni Nagarjuna said on Monday that they are still waiting for an “auspicious” time for the nuptials.
Speaking at the press meet of his latest production Nirmala Convent, Nagarjuna said he will announce the wedding dates of his sons Chaitanya and Akhil soon. “I will reveal everything and announce the details once an auspicious time is fixed,” Nagarjuna said according to a Telugu Cinema report.
While Akkineni Naga Chaitanya and Samantha Ruth Prabhu decided to get married in September this year, reports are doing the rounds in Tollywood that Nagarjuna’s younger son Akhil is in love with Shriya Bhupal from a leading business tycoon’s family in Hyderabad.
Chaitanya and Samantha started together in the blockbuster movie Yem Maya Chesave and the Kartik-Jessie pair moved on with Auto Nagar Surya and finally with family entertainment, Manam. By that time, all the signs were there that she has been accepted by the Akkineni family as three generations of the legendary ANR family were there. This included Akkineni Nageshwarao Rao himself. In fact, it was the only movie where we saw ANR, Nagarjuna, Naga Chaitanya and Akhil together on the screen.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu has acted in as many as 18 Telugu feature films till date with her latest box office hit Janatha Garage where she took a lead role opposite Jr NTR. She has won Filmfare awards, Nandi awards and south India’s SIIMA awards.
Naga Chaitanya, who started his acting career from Josh, has also acted in multiple hits including Yem Maya Chesave, 100% Love and Manam. He is ready with another probable hit and we are talking about the Telugu remake of Malayalam blockbuster Premam, which is set to release on Dussehra this year.
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