These Nagarjuna-Amala Akkineni Photos Will Make You Go Aww!
These photos of this superstar duo are totally #CoupleGoals
They are both superstars in their own right. He is the son of the late veteran actor Nageswara Rao Akkineni, she was a defence kid and a trained Bharat Natyam dancer before getting into movies. It is movies that brought them together. Nagarjuna Akkineni and wife Amala (who recently ventured into web series’ and gave a phenomenal performance in the ZEE5 Original Series High Priestess) met on the sets of a Telugu movie they were a part of. That’s where the romance reportedly took off. Their wedding was a low-key affair that took place in Chennai in 1992. Together, they have a son, Akhil Akkineni, who has gone on to build a successful career himself. But almost three decades since their wedding, the romance hasn’t ebbed one bit.
On their anniversary today, we can’t but stop and take a look at the photos of this superstar couple who are still so very much in love with each other that they will easily give us couple goals.
We absolutely love this throwback photo that High Priestess star Amala posted on her social media account, wishing superstar Nagarjuna, “the love of my life” a happy anniversary. Sometimes, mush is just so cute!
This throwback photo clicked last year in Croatia is just so relatable, right? With a stunning waterfall in the backdrop, this could be just any of us! *applies for leave already*
Just a very-in-love couple, posing for photos in pretty Portugal. Their summer vacation photos were all things love.
Travel not just expands your horizon, but it also helps you bond as a couple. Given the number of vacations this superstar couple takes together, even if that means being with each other while either of them is shooting, no wonder their bond is so strong. Note to the boyfriend!
She had just delivered the super successful ZEE5 Original Series High Priestess. He was shooting in Portugal. Sometimes, clubbing work and play can work wonders for a relationship. We just couldn’t get enough of their Portugal diaries.