Super South Stars Dulquer Salmaan, Mahesh Babu and Nayanthara Team Up For A Dashing Figure On Vogue Magazine Cover

Nagini Shree |Oct 06, 2019

Triple superstar Mahesh Babu, Nayanthara, and Dulquer Salmaan flaunted their impeccable style on the cover of a October issue of Vogue India magazine.

Dulquer Salmaan, Mahesh Babu and Nayanthara are undoubtedly the reigning stars down south. Their movies have made many box office records and have a massive fan following. The trio recently graced the cover of Vogue magazine and the result was amazing.

On the cover, Mahesh Babu stroke for a relaxed pose sitting on a high stool in military green-khaki jacket and trousers paired with a multicolored hoodie, while Dulquer wore a grey-blue suit with a contrasting pair of shoes and a lime green shirt.

Besides the two males, Nayanthara became the first South actress to make her presence in this popular magazine. Nayanthara nailed a floor-length multi-hued ruffled dress and teamed it with red stilettos. She wore her tresses in a wavy style and a neutral tone of makeup.

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''Super South'' read the front page of the magazine as the best of Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam cinema united for this month's special issue.  The leading magazine took to Instagram to unveil its latest cover and shared, "Celebrating the best of South this October 2019 with our three superstars".

South Indian's beloved ''Lady Superstar" Nayanthara looked drop-dead gorgeous in a light olive green gown and her arresting expressions will certainly leave you stoned. For accessories, she kept it minimal with a few pairs of bangles while for the makeup, her look was kept bold with heavy lashes and dark lip shade.


Being one of southern cinema’s brightest stars, Nayanthara owns the look like a boss, no wonder she is called the lady superstar of the South Indian film industry! The actor has headlined women-centric films like Aramm (2017) and Kolamavu Kokila (2018), where there is no hero in sight.

“For my solo films, I decide everything. Sometimes, directors do come up with sub-plots revolving around husbands or boyfriends. I ask whether it is necessary."

The self-aware star has deployed her box-office power to get scripts that are written for her and production schedules that are carved around her availability. On taking on the male-dominated film industry, Nayanthara said:

“Why should men have all the power all the time? The problem is that women don’t feel confident to be in a commanding role, to be able to say, this is what I want, and this is what I will do. It’s not a gender thing, ultimately—if I can listen to you, you should listen to me, too.”

For another shoot, Mahesh looked so cool when donning a white T-shirt and black leather pants.


Mahesh Babu is one of the most sought after actors in the industry. His fame is a substance of legend and is touted as the most popular, celebrated Pan India superstar with an appeal like no other! A proof of it is his films minting big on Box Office. As he talked about his journey so far, the 44-year-old confessed,

“Failure is a hidden treasure. I learn from them. I analyse it. But the initial pain is hard. Namrata helps me through that.”

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Mahesh Babu pulls everything with a finesse right from doing multiple projects along with striking a balance between his personal and professional life. He’s seen as the “good Telugu boy” grounded in family life rather than being caught up in the trappings of fame.

“Namrata and I have been married for 14 years. We understand each other well. And we let each other be. That’s the most important secret to a successful marriage. Space. And of course, children—they ground you. I have to credit my dad for teaching me that. When he came home to us, he wasn’t a star.”

Dulquer Salmaan can steal the hearts of any girl with his so-oh-cute smile while giving thumbs-up to the camera. Vogue captioned his picture, "Inheritance of gloss. Celebrating the best of the South this #October2019 with Dulquer Salmaan (@dqsalmaan)…"


In the interview with the magazine, he opened on his experience of working in Bollywood film industry, he said:

"Beyond the main people (the director, co-star, producer), the rest of the unit usually has no idea who I am. Like they don’t think I am an actor of any consequence, so I’m often getting bumped around. I’m like, ‘Bhai, don’t whack me, I’m the hero."

On the work front, Mahesh Babu is gearing up for his upcoming flick, Sarileru Neekevvaru which is slated to hit the screens on Sankranti 2020.  Dulquer Salmaan will be backing two more Malayalam films included Srinath Rajendran’s film titled Kurup and Anoop Sathyan’s film which is yet to get its title. Meanwhile, Bengaluru-born beauty has three big-ticket films in hand.


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