Why is NTR’s pan-Indian stardom being questioned?

NTR is one of the most talented actors in the Indian film industry, who doesn’t just command the screen with his acting talent, but also with his dancing skills. The actor has also made a name for himself in the television space, with his spontaneity and overall charismatic persona, and is also known for his on-screen comic timing, which his fans have been missing for quite some time now.

NTR was recently seen as Komaram Bheem in director SS Rajamouli’s RRR. The film went on to become a massive success across the country, and NTR was highly appreciated for his performance as well, having perfectly brought to the big screen the naivety and reality of the people who lived in the forest in that era, and of course, the heroism of Komaram Bheem.

Despite the massive pan-Indian success of RRR, many are questioning NTR’s pan-Indian stardom. The main reason for this is being pointed out towards Ram Charan getting more recognition in the Hindi belt, than NTR. Fact remains that the North audience was introduced much earlier to Charan with Zanjeer and that this is the first time they got to see NTR. As a result, there would be no comparison, and whether or not NTR can be called a pan-Indian actor can be determined only based on how his solo outing would do at the box office.

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