Without a doubt, the Nandamuri family is one of the great families in the Telugu film industry. Jr. N.T.R. And Balayya are the main players and have a huge fan base. These two actors have few similarities in the looks, fan base, even in acting as well. Balayya has its own style of delivery dialogue and diction which makes it closer to the masses. We also saw Jr. N.T.R. Dialogue delivering capabilities in Yamadonga of Rajamouli. Now both legends of Nandamuri have become the hot topic with their latest whiskers looks that are captured in the wedding reception of Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav.
Nandamuri Balakrishna is called as "God of the Masses" by his fans. He is also one of the leading players in Tollywood. It can make any kind of characters like a cake walk. He got this trait from his father N.T. Rama Rao, a legendary actor. Since his first film, he has acted in all genres of the genre like classic, sociodrama, science fiction and devotional films. Balakrishna is always on the front line to encourage new talents and new technologies in films. Films such as "Mangammagari Manavadu", "Aditya 369", "Bhairava Dweepam", "Samarasimha Reddy" and "Sri Rama Rajyam" are just a few examples of the Balakrishna career stages.
Now, the legendary actor will create the story with his historical film "Gautamiputra Satakarni" directed by Krish. "Gautamiputra Satakarni" is a historical biopic of the warrior Gautamiputra Satakarni who is one of the great warrior emperors in India. This project marks its 100th film. The film will be released in January 2017 and the audio launch event will take place on 16 December in Tirupathi.
Jr. N.T.R. Is the only actor who can effectively perform all types of emotions in one take in this present generation. His fans and devotees call him Tollywood Thalaivaa. He has just 26 movies to his credit and his next fan will definitely hit you. It has a huge fan base in both Telugu and also in the northern states. Jr. N.T.R. Is the only Tollywood actor who has big fans in Japan after Superstar Rajinikanth.