Ram Charan awarded honorary doctorate in literature from Vels University, Chennai

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Ram Charan awarded honorary doctorate in literature from Vels University, Chennai

Chennai's Vels University awarded Ram Charan an honorary doctorate. A number of the actor's fan accounts released updated photos of him on Saturday, showing him accepting an honorary degree and serving as chief guest at the graduation ceremony.

Ram Charan receives honorary degree

A recent video that the actor's fan pages on X posted shows Ram Charan accepting the award on stage from the chief guest and other honorary university employees. He appeared to be wearing a red cap and gown. Actor Thiru. Ram Charan, an Indian, is an entrepreneur, film producer, and recipient of an honorary Doctor of Literature degree from Vels University at their 14th Annual Convocation, according to a picture of the group uploaded by the university's official X account.

Director Shankar, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, and other individuals have already received this honor. On Saturday, Ram Charan was spotted arriving at the Chennai airport, where he was greeted with a bunch of flowers. He was wearing worn pants and a light blue shirt. Later, Ram was spotted on stage ready to get his honorary degree in a photo that Upasana Konidela, the actor's wife, posted on her Instagram Stories. "Give me a call, doctor," her silly caption said.

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Ram Charan made his film debut in 2007 in Chirutha. Over the course of his career, he has since directed a number of popular movies, including Magadheera, Yevadu, and Dhruva. His SS Rajamouli-directed film RRR was widely praised and went on to win the Oscar for Best Original Song for Naatu Naatu. For his body of work, Ram has won South Indian International Movie Awards, Filmfare Awards, and Nandi Awards.

Renowned figures from a variety of professions are honored by Vels University, and Ram was given this distinction for his services to the entertainment and business sectors. Alongside Ram at the ceremony were Dr. P Veeramuthuvel, Project Coordinator, Chandrayaan, ISRO; Dr. GSK Velu, Founder and CMD of Trivitron Healthcare; and table tennis star Achanta Sharath Kamal, recipient of the Padma Shri award. Game Changer is where Ram will next be seen. Along with Kiara Advani, SJ Suryah, Anjali, Sunil, Naveen Chandra, and other actors, Shankar is the film's director.