Zbigniew Chertlur, fondly known as Bujji, who sings classic Telugu songs, recently met Akhil Akkineni and Nidhhi Agerwal on the sets of their upcoming film which is progressing at brisk pace in the direction of Venky Atluri in London. Bujji born to a Polish woman, Urzula Elzbieta, started singing in Jan 2016, he is inspired by his Telugu father Sharath Chertlur, who noticed his potential for picking up songs. His father, who is Telugu, encourages his son Bujji to pick up melodious Telugu songs. Bujji loves Indian culture. Now that he is exposed to both Indian and Polish cultures. Bujji received warmed welcome from Akhil Akkineni and Niddhi Agerwal on the sets. He spent quality time there.
Bujji took to his twitter to share the pic and he captioned it, “A trip down the lane..
With HANDSOME AKHIL
Lovely NIDHI AGARWAL
CREATIVE DIRECTOR. VENKY ATLURI
Meeting them was Soooooooooooo beautiful and enjoyable.
Especially the way they received me. @AkhilAkkineni8.”
Sheryas Group also shared the pics and captioned it, “The cutie @ZbigsBujji meets @AkhilAkkineni8 @dirvenky_atluri and @AgerwalNidhhi in London and poses adorably with them for the pictures. #Hello #AkhilAkkineni #Bujji.”
Bujji’s father Sharath Chertlur picks only classing and iconic Telugu songs for his son and Bujji also feels no pressure in learning Telugu songs as his father teaches him only when he is ready to learn. Bujji listens to them and learns them if he connects with them.
Bujji is a well-known face in the modelling world. He was the face of TESCO, Nissan, and Camelot commercials and has also been the part of few short films.
Akhil Akkineni’s third film with Venky Atluri is being bankrolled by BVSN Prasad under SVCC banner. Earlier it was heard that Akhil’s third film will be with Ram Gopal Varma but later he refuted the rumour and announced his film with Venky Atluri.
Akhil’s previous offering Hello, directed by Vikram Kumar was just average at the box office but the movie was nominated for a World Stunt Award for the Best Action Film in a Foreign Film.