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Naga Chaitanya's ordeals with luxury cars

Tuesday, March 26, 2024 • Telugu Comments
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Naga Chaitanya shines amidst a sea of actors enamored with luxury brand cars, carrying forward the illustrious lineage of his father, King Nagarjuna. Renowned for his penchant for acquiring the latest automotive marvels, Naga Chaitanya boasts an enviable collection of high-end vehicles in his garage. However, amidst the opulence of his car collection, there's one particular vehicle that has turned into more of a burden than a pleasure ride.

In a candid revelation during a recent interview with Jig Wheels on YouTube, Naga Chaitanya shared a cautionary tale of his venture into car modifications. Recounting an incident where he imported and installed an engine from a reputable brand into his Lancer car back in India, Chaitanya found himself grappling with a series of mechanical mishaps and maintenance woes. Despite opting for a prestigious engine named Maivek, the modified car became a constant drain on his finances, demanding hefty repair bills that exceeded the cost of acquiring a new vehicle altogether.

Reflecting on this ordeal, Naga Chaitanya candidly expressed his frustration, lamenting the unforeseen financial strain caused by his beloved yet troublesome car. His exasperation echoed in his rhetorical question, "What is all this, God?"

Even amidst his automotive misadventures, Naga Chaitanya remains an aficionado of luxury vehicles, proudly boasting prestigious models like the Porsche. Fans, recalling his infamous Lancer "monster," affectionately engage with his automotive escapades on social media, celebrating his passion for cars with congratulatory messages and nostalgic references.

Beyond his automotive pursuits, Naga Chaitanya remains deeply immersed in his film career. His latest project, "Thandel," directed by Chandu Mondeti, has garnered significant attention. Acting alongside Sai Pallavi, the duo embraces deglamorized roles in this experimental venture, marking a refreshing departure in Chaitanya's cinematic journey.

Amidst swirling rumors about his future projects, including a potential sequel to "Dhoota" with Vikram K Kumar and a collaboration with director Karthik Varma of Virupaksha, fans eagerly await official announcements, eager to witness Naga Chaitanya's continued evolution as both a car enthusiast and a versatile actor.

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