Pawan Kalyan Felicitates Telangana Architect


Sri Ananda Sai has been receiving huge praises for his architecture design for the holy temple of Yadadri aka Yadagirigutta and the entire state is going gaga over him for his prowess as an architect.

In this scenario, the power star, Pawan Kalyan took special interest to felicitate the architect laud his efforts. Sri Ananda Sai received ‘Dharmika Ratna’ title for his efforts to come up with an appreciable design for the temple.

This special gesture from Pawan Kalyan is very important and shows the actor’s appreciation towards arts and designs besides other things that would be there inherently, of course, films.

Anand Sai belongs to the film fraternity and worked for many super hit films in the Telugu Film Industry. He was the art director for many movies namely NTR’s Yama Donga, Pawan Kalyan’s ‘Toli Prema’ etc.

‘Tholi Prema’ is a special film in Pawan Kalyan’s career and it was the first film that showed a promise of a blooming career for the power star in Tollywood.

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