Nithin Movies List :-
|2013||Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde|
|Chinnadana Nee Kosam||Nithin|
|2015||Courier Boy Kalyan|
|2018||Chal Mohan Ranga|
Nithin Movies Wiki :-
Nitin Kumar Reddy (born 30 March 1983), known professionally as Nithiin Nithiin, is an Indian actor and producer who primarily works in Telugu films. Niithin’s work has been recognized with an award from the Filmfare Awards and two nominations for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor in Telugu.
Nithiin began his career as an actor in 2002 with the action romantic Jayam (2002). He was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut – South for his performance. Nithiin also appeared as a character in Dil (2003), Sri Anjaneyam (2004), and Sye (2004). After a string of screen failures, Nithiin succeeded with the romantic comedy Ishq (2012). Other successful films are Gunde Jaari Galanthayyinde (2013), Heart Attack (2014), A Aa (2016) as well as Bheeshma (2020).
The year 2013 was the time that Nithiin created his film-making company, Shresht Movies. Nithiin is a spokesperson for the Swachh Bharat campaign aimed at the State of Telangana.Click Here To Watch Nithin Movies Free
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Personal life :-
Nitin Kumar Reddy was born in 2000 to the film distributor Sudhakar Reddy and Laxmi Reddy. He has a younger sister who is called Nikitha Reddy. He finished his schooling through Geetanjali School, Begumpet, received his higher education at Ratna Junior College, and pursued his degree at Shadan College of Engineering and Technology, Gandipet. His father became a producer and made two films with him: Gunde Jaari Galanthayyinde and Chinnadana Nee Kosam. Nithin has added the “i” to his surname and spelled it as Nithiin.
In the year 2020, Nithiin became engaged to his partner Shalini Kandukuri. They were married on 26 July at Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad. The wedding was initially planned to take place in Dubai on 16 April of the same year. Still, it was moved back because of the restrictions on lockdowns imposed due to the COVID-19, a pandemic.
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