Ram Charan & Upasana Set Up A Small Temple Wherever They Go, Took One To The Oscars Too

Persistence, hard work, patience, and belief take us to new heights; help us achieve our dreams and aspirations. But staying grounded and rooted while reaching for the sky also takes a lot of effort.

Indian actor Konidela Ram Charan Teja commonly known as Ram Charan has also put in his blood, sweat, and tears to be where he is today.


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But, no matter how big a star he becomes, or how many awards and accolades he wins, he practices one particular habit that keeps him grounded and in touch with his culture, his traditions, and his country, India.

Recently, the ‘Naatu Naatu’ song from the Telugu movie ‘RRR’, in which he starred as a lead actor, won an Oscar award which definitely was a dream come true for him. And before leaving for the award function, he allowed Vanity Fair to record what went into getting the actor and his wife, Upasana Kamineni, get ready for the ceremony.

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As the cameraman scanned through their house in the video, Ram was pleased to show him the temple that the couple set up there. According to the actor, they always set up the temple wherever they go.

“Wherever we go, usually my wife and I set up this temple. This ritual, it keeps us connected to our energies, to India and it’s very important for all of us to begin this day, thanking, showing gratitude to everything and every person who has helped us be here.” (sic)

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After talking about their attires and getting ready for the function, the couple took a moment and prayed in front of their temple.

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The fact that the superstar is so proud and deeply connected with his country and his culture got people lauding him. This is what they said:

Such a down-to-Earth and humble couple!

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