It is quite rare to see, any successful person coming out to wish their parents on these Father’s and Mother’s days. In general, we, Telugu people believe in celebrating festivals more than these days. But it has become a part of our culture as we tend to try and showcase our love and respect to our parents at least on these special days. Even Megastar Chiranjeevi couldn’t let go off such a new norm.
He remembered the days he spent in his village and the hardships he had to face to graduate and then follow his dreams. He owed all his success to his father and said, “After graduation, I told my father about my wish to join a film school to learn acting. He immediately gave his nod. If not for his support, there’s no a Chiranjeevi now,”
Chiranjeevi is the eldest son in a family of five children and he, during late 70’s, being able to get a nod from his father, to follow his passion, explains how much his father trusted him. Today, Konidela Sivashankara Vara Prasad became Konidela Chiranjeevi because of his talent, hardwork and support of his parents. Later Chiranjeevi, turned out to be a father figure to his younger brothers, Nagababu and Pawan Kalyan, guiding them to become what they are today!