The cutest kid, Zbigniew Chertlur (also known as Bujji), who sings classic Telugu songs with apparent ease, recently met Akhil Akkineni and Nidhhi Agerwal on the sets of their next with Venky Atluri in London. Born to a Polish woman, Urzula Elzbieta, and Telugu NRI Sharath Chertlur, Bujji became popular in short span of time in 2016.
Well, the internet sensation recently met the Telugu stars on the sets of their next and it was trip down the lane moment for him. He also received a warm welcome from Akhil and Nidhhi on the sets. They had some amazing time together on the sets amid some cool conversation and selfies in London.
Take a look at the pictures below:
A trip down the lane..
With HANDSOME AKHIL
Lovely NIDHI AGARWAL
CREATIVE DIRECTOR. VENKY ATLURI
Meeting them was Soooooooooooo beautiful and enjoyable.
Especially the way they received me. @AkhilAkkineni8 pic.twitter.com/8MCPHB0Xis
— zbigniew ( Bujji) (@ZbigsBujji) July 3, 2018
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Currently based in London, Bujji is a well-known face in the modelling and acting circuit in the UK. He was the face of TESCO, Nissan, and Camelot commercials and has acted in a handful of short films.
Meanwhile, Akhil’s ‘Hello’, which released in December last year, won many hearts and appreciation from audience and critics alike. Now, after months, the film added another achievement to its list. The movie has been nominated for a World Stunt Award for the Best Action Film in a Foreign Film category.
Meanwhile, Akhil firmly denied the reports that he will be working with director Ram Gopal Varma next. Akhil also confirmed that he has signed the deal to star in Venky Atluri’s upcoming film. The actor will be sharing screen space with Nidhi Agarwal in the film.
Akhil made his debut as an actor in 2015 and his next film as the main lead with the Vikram Kumar directorial Hello. Both the films were average at the Box Office but received a lukewarm response from the audience.