It might come across as harsh, but almost a decade ago, Young Tiger NTR and style (regarding looks and costume) were like antonyms. SS Rajamouli brought the first change with Yamadonga, and Meher Ramesh and Vamshi Paidipally took it further.
However, it wasn’t until Puri Jagannadh’s Temper and Sukumar’s Nannaku Prematho, especially the later, that Tarak was final seen as a star with “style” that had appealed to youth. The Nannaku Prematho look was a rage among the fans and in general. Janatha Garage managed to hold onto the appeal that was further boosted by Big Boss stint.
It looks like Jr NTR has decided to up the ante and take the makeover to a new level with back to back films lined up in Trivikram Srinivas and SS Rajamouli’s direction. These two directors are known to present the hero in the best avatar, and the sample can already be seen via the workout pictures of Tarak pumping iron. It is sure that he will be seen like never before in the upcoming two projects. A double dose of an extraordinary makeover is bound to happen.
Keeping the two mega ventures in mind, it wouldn’t be a surprise really if Jr NTR lands in the top 3 of the times Most Desirable in the coming years. It would be a reliable indicator of how times have changed and amazing transformation shown by Young Tiger that would be an inspiration to all the youth out there.Don't MissMahesh's Girl Sizzling Appearance at WeddingKiara Advani has cast a spell on the Telugu audience with her pretty face in...Don't MissPic Talk: When Hotness Meets the BeautyDisha Patani is not new making hot vibes on the internet with her amazing pictures...Don't MissHelpless Opposition of AP Desperate for KCR's Help?Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao's comment about Return Gift to Chandrababu Naidu has become...Don't MissWill Naidu Dare to Contest with Congress in AP?Telangana Elections are done and dusted. Telangana Rashtra Samiti came back to Power with a...Don't MissAkhil Avoiding Old Mistakes Or Repeating Them?Akhil arrived on the Telugu film scene with a loud noise, courtesy of his debut...