NTR Jr’s 8 best looks that prove he’s always been more experimental than you think

NTR Jr is arguably one of the most popular names of the Telugu film industry at present. Perhaps that is why the recently released trailer of his latest big screen outing ‘Nannaku Prematho’ has managed to create quite a buzz among die-hard fans and casual viewers alike.

Directed by Sukumar, the film features the actor in a brand new bearded and bespectacled avatar. Needless to say, this look is bound to help the ‘Young Tiger’ reinvent himself, adding a new dimension to his career. Interestingly, this is not the first time that he has experimented with his onscreen image. Today, let us take a quick look at some of the most talked about looks sported by NTR Jr during his highly illustrious career.

Today, let us take a quick look at some of the most talked about looks sported by NTR Jr during his highly illustrious career.

Bala Ramayanam: Noted filmmaker Gunasekhar’s maiden directorial venture, ‘Bala Ramayanam’ was released in 1996 and bagged the National award for best children’s film. Touted as a mythological drama, it saw a 13-year-old NTR Jr essay the role of lord Rama with cherubic grace.


Student No 1: Touted as a musical drama. ‘Student No 1’ is regarded as the film which propelled NTR Jr to stardom and established him as a household name. Directed by SS Rajamouli, it revolved around the exploits of a law student. In the film, NTR junior sported a clean shaven moustache less look. Moreover, he also wore colourful dresses which complemented the look quite perfectly.


Dhammu: A commercial success, ‘Dhammu’ is perhaps best remembered for its hard hitting fight sequences as well as intense dialogues. Released in 2012, it saw NTR Jr sport a macho look complete with a moustache and curly hair. Needless to say, he carried off the look with ease, adding new life to fight scenes.


Yamadonga: Directed by SS Rajamouli, ‘Yamadonga’ is considered to be one of the most successful and popular films of NTR Jr’s career. Touching upon Indian mythology, it highlighted the rivalry between Yamraaj and a cruel robber. In some crucial scenes, NTR Jr was seen as Yamraj and sported a larger than life getup. As part of the look, he wore headgear and plenty of ornaments.


Adhurs: The lively action-comedy, ‘Adhurs’ featured NTR Jr in a double role. Helmed by VV Vinayak, it revolved around two twins who are brought up in completely different environments. In one of the most hilarious sequences of the film, the actor was seen in the getup of a priest and wore traditional look.


Baadshah: A runaway hit at the box office, ‘Baadshah’ saw NTR Jr. play the role of a young underworld don. In order to do justice to his character, he sported a leaner and rugged look. Moreover, he opted to go in for a slightly unkempt hairstyle.


Temper: This Puri Jagannadh directorial starred NTR Jr in the role of a ferocious yet eccentric cop. Touted as an action-drama, it gave the actor ample scope to showcase onscreen machismo. As expected, the star made full use of the opportunity and floored audiences with his toned physique. Furthermore, NTR Jr also went bare-chested in some of the scenes, sending his fans into frenzy.


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