Mega power star Ram Charan's wife Upasana Kamineni has shared a picture, which features her bonding with Nandamuri Balakrishna's daughter Brahmani at the famous Giza pyramid in Egypt.
Upasana Konidela is the daughter-in-law of megastar Chiranjeevi and Brahmani is the daughter-in-law of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu. Both of them are top women entrepreneurs in the Telugu states. Upasana manages the health industry, while Brahmani is into the dairy industry. They belong to two top filmy families of Tollywood that have seen several tug of wars in the past.
The two were recently on a trip to Egypt. Yes! You heard it right. Upasana confirmed it by sharing a photo and video on her Twitter account. The wife of Ram Charan also wrote, "Thursday, Friday & Saturday in #Egypt. ( 85 extremely successful & amazing people from @YPO #Hyderabad ) Learning, integrating & discussing history. A trip that I will never forget ... (check it out)"
However, the rumours about fight among the stars have been common for several decades and they have led to the wars between their fans. Of late, the wars are turning ugly and also reflecting on the box office collection. The actors have often made attempts to put an end to them, but they are unsuccessful.
Thanks to social media, which is slowly erasing negativity. The wives of some celebs, who are busy clearing the confusions and creating harmony among fans, are using various micro-blogging sites. They often share photos and videos that show the great bonding between actors with their colleagues in Tollywood. The wives of Mahesh Babu and Ram Charan are frontrunners among them.
Namrata Shirodkar and Upasana Kamineni are two quite active celebrity wives on social media. They often share information about the personal life of their hubbies and the photos and videos featuring their bonding with other celebs on different occasion. These posts have calmed down fans and put an end to their fights to some extent.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday in #Egypt. ( 85 extremely successful & amazing people from @YPO #Hyderabad )— Upasana Konidela (@upasanakonidela) November 26, 2018
Learning, integrating & discussing history. A trip that I will never forget ?https://t.co/6Rr7E25xhx ( check it out ) pic.twitter.com/t3DPkI1yYy