Akkineni Nagarjuna Presented BMW Car to PV Sindhu

Nagarjuna Presented BMW Car To PV Sindhu
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Akkineni Nagarjuna Presented BMW Car to PV Sindhu: The Tollywood Senior actor Akkineni Nagarjuna met Indian Badminton Ace player PV Sindhu and his family members after he was invited at an event. Not only this Nagarjuna also presented the key of BMW car to PV Sindhu. The former Andhra batsman, and vice-president of the Telangana Badminton Association, V Chamundeshwarnath who is popular for gifting cars to the sportsperson, has presented brand new BMW car to badminton player PV Sindhu.

The event was organized at Annapurna Studios and Akkineni Nagarjuna is invited as chief guest. On this occasion, Nagarjuna gifted key of BMW car to PV Sindhu. Nagarjuna said, “I am a huge fan of PV Sindhu. It is the proud moment of every Indian that badminton player PV Sindhu won the Gold in the BWF World Championship.” Nagarjuna has also made hilarious comments on V Chamundeswaranath, after gifting a Car key to PV Sindhu.

Nagarjuna said that he would see whether Chamundeswaranath would present a car to him if he were to get any award in film acting. The PV Sindhu also thanked Nagarjuna and Chamundeswaranath for their gesture.

Chamundi said it was only a token gesture to a truly remarkable achievement and no amount of money or gifts can match Sindhu’s achievements. “It is a priceless feat to be a world champion and sincerely wish she would come back to this venue again winning gold and again felicitated by Nagarjuna,” he said.

Responding to the felicitation, Sindhu recalled that when she has first presented a car by ‘Chamundi uncle’, many questioned the purpose. “Then, he told them to wait for a couple of years and see what I will achieve. Within four years of the first car presentation, I won the silver in Rio Olympics,” she said.

“It is always a special feeling to be presented the cat by the evergreen film star Nagarjuna sir and also in the presence of Gopi Anna who means a lot to me. I promise that I will put in the best efforts to come back with the Olympic gold,” she concluded.