Pic Talk: Slim-NTR spotted with Gorgeous-Sam

August 15th, 2013, 10:00 AM IST
Pic Talk: Slim-NTR spotted with Gorgeous-Sam

Here is the exclusive still from a chartbuster song in Harish Shankar's commercial potboiler 'Ramayya Vastavayya'. While NTR appeared slim and delivered an effortless stylish pose, Samantha on the other hand looks gorgeous in a white-and-white outfit and her cute expression coveys a lot.

Reportedly, Thaman is said to have given highly energetic songs that would match the wavelength of both Tarak and Harish for 'Ramayya Vastavayya'. The album will be a feast for youth and the masses who would be deciding the fate of most of the commercial films. NTR's youthful characterization as a student leader will reach out to the youngsters and powerful flashback episode that include an high-voltage axe fight would connect well with his regular fans base. So, it's a double dhamaka for Young Tiger!

TAGS : Samantha, Ramayya Vastavayya, NTR
 

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