Mahesh Babu’s Daughter Sitara Recreates A Song Of Her Great Grandmother And We Can’t Stop Adoring Her

Mahesh Babu and Namrata Shirodkar's daughter Sitara is winning hearts with an Instagram video. Too cute to

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Mahesh Babu’s Daughter Sitara Recreates A Song Of Her Great Grandmother And We Can’t Stop Adoring Her
When the father is none other than Tollywood actor Mahesh Babu and the mother is former Bollywood actress Namrata Shirodkar, no doubt that their child Sitara Ghattamaneni would be interested in acting and blessed with supreme talent. Yes! Little Sitara is winning millions of hearts with her acting skills while recreating the song of her great grandmother Meenakshi Shirodkar. 

Recently, the little girl Sitara took to her Instagram handle which has pretty decent followers, posted a stunning video recreating Meenakshi Shirodkar’s popular song ‘Yamuna Jali Khelu Khel’ from the movie ‘Brahmachari’ (1938). Enjoying in an indoor swimming pool, 8-year-old Sitara recreates some iconic moves made by Meenakshi Shirodkar. She added a caption and wrote, “On the left is my great grandmother Ms. Meenakshi Shirodkar.. and here's my attempt at recreating one of her most iconic songs "Yamuna Jali Khelu Khel" .. Hope I did it justice. She was the best” Take a look at this adorable video. 


For the unversed, Sitara Ghattamaneni’s grandmother was a yesteryear actor Krishna Ghattamaneni. Taking about Meenakshi Shirodkar, the actress was pretty popular in Marathi cinemas. The legendry actress made her debut with the movie ‘Brahmachari’ in the year 1938 and after that got featured in many popular Marathi and Hindi movies. On the other side, Sitara has a verified account on social media and loves to share her cute pictures and videos with all of us. No doubt, we have already got out future star. 




Image source: Instagram/sitaraghattamaneni
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