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It’s Jr. NTR’s 39th birthday! Let us recall his best 5 films

Wishing JR. NTR a very happy birthday in advance – Check out the list of films to binge watch

Happy 39 birthday in advance to Jr. N. T. Rama Rao.

Indian actor Jr. NTR is popular for his Telugu films. He is the great-grandson of N. T. Rama Rao, popularly known as N.T.R, the renowned Telugu actor and the former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. Jr. NTR has appeared in 27 films and has received four CineMAA Awards, two State Nandi Awards, one IIFA Award, one SIIMA Award, and two Filmfare Best Telugu Actor Awards.

Here are the list of his top 5 films to watch:

1. Janatha Garage

For Jr. NTR, the film went on to become an immense box office success. It was the most successful Telugu film of 2016. At the time of its release, it had the fourth-highest global Telugu box office performance.

At the 64th National Film Awards, the movie won two National Film Awards, as well as the Special Jury Award for Mohanlal and the Best Choreography Award for Raju Sundaram. Additionally, it was honoured with seven Nandi Awards, including those for Best Popular Feature Film, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Story Writer, Best Choreographer, Best Art Director, and Best Lyricist.

Watch on: Disney+ Hotstar

2. Simhadri

The second-highest-grossing Telugu movie in 2003 was Simhadri Simhadri. Following its early popularity, Suresh Krissna’s Gajendra (2004), starring Vijayakanth, was the film’s Tamil remake. The movie was also remade in Kannada with Duniya Vijay as Kanteerava.

The film will be also re released in Frisco, TX (USA) on the occasion of his birthday.

Watch on: Amazon Prime Video

3. RRR

RRR depicts a fictional account of the journey two legendary revolutionaries took before they started fighting for their country in the 1920s. Definitely among Jr. NTR’s top films, this one.

Watch on: Zee5

4. Brindaavanam

The movie was well-received by critics and went on to rank as 2010’s second-biggest hit in Telugu cinema.

Babushaan & Riya Dey starred in the original Odia remake of this film, titled Love Master. It was remade in Kannada as Brindavana, which was directed by K. Madesh and starred Darshan, Karthika Nair, and Milana Nagaraj in the key parts. Dev, Nusrat Jahan, and Subhashree Ganguly played the main characters in Rajib Biswas’ Bengali remake, Khoka 420. Additionally, it was recreated as Buk Fatey To Mukh Foteyna in Bangladesh, with Shakib Khan and Apu Biswas playing the key roles. Raqesh Vashisth, Pooja Sawant, and Vaidehi Parshurami starred in the Marathi version of the film under the title Vrundavan.

Watch on: Amazon Prime Video

5. Jai Lava Kusa

Three characters were performed by Jr. NTR. Lava Kumar, a bank manager who upholds his morals and leads an ethical life; Kusa Kumar, an experienced thief with a positive outlook who will do anything for money. He also portrayed the ruthless mobster Jai Kumar (Raavan), who has dysphemia. The narrative centres on identical triplets who are separated up at a young age, take divergent life paths, and suffer when they are reunited.

Watch on: Zee5