Updated January 2nd, 2024 at 10:12 IST
Jr NTR returns home from Japan after mutilple eathquakes hit the country, shares update with fans
Jr NTR and his family members, including sons Abhay and Bhargav, returned home from Japan after multiple earthquakes and tsunami hit the country.
Jr NTR, who is currently gearing up for his upcoming film Devara, was on a vacation in Japan for the past week. However, after earthquake hit Japan, the actor had to rush back home for safety. The actor even took to his social media handle to update his fans about his well-being.
Why did Jr NTR return home?
Jr NTR and his family members, including sons Abhay and Bhargav, often jet off to another country to spend some quality time together. This year, they went to Japan to ring in Christmas and New Year. However, after Japan was struck by multiple earthquakes, leading to fatality, the actor had to rush back home for safety.
On January 2, he took to his social media handle and wrote, "Back home today from Japan and deeply shocked by the earthquakes hitting. Spent the entire last week there, and my heart goes out to everyone affected. Grateful for the resilience of the people and hoping for a swift recovery. Stay strong, Japan (sic)."
A day ago, Jr NTR and his family were spotted returning from Japan to Hyderbad. A video of the same has also gone viral on social media. Check the video below.
Jr NTR's treats fans with new Devara poster
On the occasion of New Year 2024, Jr NTR took to his social media handle to drop a big update about Devara.
He announced that the first glimpse of Devara is going to release on January 8. Along with the big update, he released a new poster as a treat to his fans. In the poster, Jr NTR was seen donning a shirt teamed with black pants. He was seen sailing on his boat amid high tides in the backdrop. Sharing the poster, he wrote, "అందరికీ నూతన సంవత్సర శుభాకాంక్షలు! Wishing you all a very Happy New Year. Can’t wait for you all to experience the glimpse of #Devara on Jan 8th."
Published January 2nd, 2024 at 10:12 IST