Varun Tej Konidela is a rising star of the Telugu film industry and started his acting career with Mukunda. He has inherited acting from his family, as he is the nephew of South’s superstar Chiranjeevi. Currently, the actor is spending quality time with his loved ones and is in discussion about cooking dosa with uncle. Yes, and he himself has given this information through one of his Instagram reels.
Chiranjeevi feeding the family by making dosa
On the special festival of Makar Sankranti, Varun Tej has shared a post on his social account in which he is seen with his uncle superstar Chiranjeevi. In its caption, he wrote, cooking 101 dosas with the boss… In the video, the rest of the family are seen enjoying this dish sitting in a green field. Sharing glimpses of Chiranjeevi’s family gathering, this post of Varun Tej is going to touch the hearts of the fans. Chiranjeevi can also be seen cooking food in the video. Both the stars are seen making delicious dosa for their family members. It seems that uncle and nephew have exploded while preparing dishes for their loved ones.
Dosa ready for pongal bhogi
In the reel shared by Varun, fun-filled moments between his family members can be seen. When the actor bakes his dosa by making a round on the gas, Chiranjeevi distorts its shape and speaks in Telugu with some laughter. Actually, both these stars are busy making Bhogi on the first day of the 4-day Pongal festival.
Chiranjeevi will be seen with Ram Charan in Varun ‘Gani’ and ‘Acharya’
If we talk about his work front, then these days Varun is busy in his upcoming sports drama Ghani, of which he recently shared a poster. Varun plays a kickboxer in ‘Gani’, written and directed by Kiran Korrapati. The film also stars Sai Manjrekar, Jagapathi Babu, Upendra, Suniel Shetty and Naveen Chandra in pivotal roles. This film will be released on 18 March 2022. Chiranjeevi Koratala, on the other hand, will be seen in Shiva’s social drama ‘Acharya’ and will also feature ‘RRR’ star Ram Charan. The film will hit the theaters for the audience on February 4.