Noah Centineo's Gayatri Mantra Tweet Sending Girls Into A Frenzy

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Noah Centineo is one of the most famous Netflix actors. He recently tweeted the Gayatri Mantra and the fans are super excited about his tweet. Read here

Written By Simran Gandhi | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The "To All The Boys I've Loved Before" actor, Noah Centineo is extremely active on his social media. The star makes sure to keep his fans updated about the latest happenings in his life.  Noah is known for his appearances in the first three seasons of the television series, The Fosters, How to make a better person, and the 2018 Netflix romantic comedy films like To all the boys I’ve loved before and Sierra Burgess is a loser.  

Noah Centineo tweets Gayatri mantra

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The star tweeted the Gayatri Mantra recently and once again managed to send the internet into a frenzy. His desi fans are going crazy behind his love towards the Indian mantra. Is this a sign that he is coming to India on a trip or is planning to work on a Bollywood project? Or does it simply convey his love for the Indian culture? Well, whatever it is, desi girls are eagerly waiting for an announcement soon. 

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Here is the tweet-

Many of his fans reacted on his Gayatri Mantra tweet

On the professional front, Noah will be soon seen in his upcoming movie, To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, alongside Lana Condor, Jordan Fisher,  Janel Parrish.

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