Jr NTR's Facebook shock for Fans

April 7th, 2013, 01:53 AM IST
Jr NTR's Facebook shock for Fans

Young Tiger NTR quit the twitter band wagon citing the issues like it's invading his privacy and peace of mind. Fans have come to a conclusion that their star will no more be interacting with them through any of the social networking sites in future. Then came the surprise for one and all!

In a shocking development, Jr NTR came up with an official Facebook page just a day after the release of his Blockbuster flick 'Baadshah'. The actor even appealed to keep track of all his updates on this page.

It may be recalled that the film's director Srinu Vytla too joined twitter just recently. Seems like the team of Baadshah wants to experience the over-whelming response from the audience.

Most of the times, a celeb's Facebook page is handled by one of his/her staff members. It's still not yet clear whether Junior will personally post the updates.

NTR's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jrntr


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