Pawan Kalyan’s 48th Birthday Today: Nephew Ram Charan Pens Emotional Post
Pawan Kalyan, Telugu actor-turned-politician, is celebrating his 48th birthday today. Here’s how his nephew Ram Charan wished him
Popular Telugu film actor, filmmaker, writer, philanthropist and politician, Konidela Kalyan Babu, who goes by the stage name Pawan Kalyan, turned 48 today. His nephew, actor Ram Charan -- with whom he shares a great rapport -- took to Instagram to share two pictures with his uncle; standing closely by his side in one and hugging him tightly in the next one. He also posted the following emotional message with the pictures, "Wish you a very happy birthday Kalyan Babai. Thank you for always being there for me as a friend, guide and mentor. Love you a lot!#HappyBirthdayPawanKalyan #PawanKalyan."
Thousands of fans, family members and members of the film fraternity also wished the star on social media, and the hashtag #HappyBirthdayPawanKalyan has been trending for more than 24 hours. Telugu film writer, actor and director, Harish Shankar tweeted a poster wishing happy birthday to the power star and wrote, “Happy birthday to my GabbarSingh @PawanKalyan Your love can’t be expressed but I am blessed to experience it..Thank you for everything. Here is a small gesture from team #Valmiki to wish you the most happiest birthday ever..#HappyBirthdayPawanKalyan”
Happy birthday to my GabbarSingh @PawanKalyan— Harish Shankar .S (@harish2you) September 1, 2019
Your love can’t be expressed but I am blessed to experience it..
Thank you for everything.
Here is a small gesture from team #Valmiki to wish you the most happiest birthday ever..#HappyBirthdayPawanKalyan pic.twitter.com/PokYwGqvYg
Pawan, who is the youngest brother of popular actor and politician Chiranjeevi, made his debut in acting in 1996 with the Telugu film Akkada Ammayi Ikkada Abbayi. His most successful movies include Attarintiki Daredi, Gabbar Singh, Tholi Prema, Kushi, Jalsa, Badri and various others. He has been featured in the Forbes India list of top 100 celebrities several times. Pawan was last seen on the silver screen in Trivikram Srinivas's Agnyaathavaasi, which did not perform well at the box office. Earlier this year, the actor left the film industry to become a full-time politician and contested in two constituencies in the recent Lok Sabha Elections, but was not successful.