AP Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy‘s close aide and the Government’s Advisor, Sajjala Rama Krishna Reddy has rubbished the allegations of Janasena President Pawan Kalyan on the Government. He called Pawan Kalyan a burden for the film industry.
“Going by the response of the film industry after that speech, it is obvious that the industry is feeling him as a ‘Gudhibanda’ (burden). He is throwing mud on himself. The industry is seeking a smooth relation with the Government,” Sajjala Rama Krishna Reddy told the media.
“Our Government is proactively pursuing the ticket prices issue to emerge as a benefit for the industry as well as the audience. The industry is welcoming our proactiveness. Pawan Kalyan came in the middle for his political benefit and trying to paint the Government in the wrong light. The industry has also deserted him,” Sajjala added.
“Entire industry welcomed Online portal idea. Only people who loot people to mint money with hiked rates and resort to black marketing. People like Pawan Kalyan should say stopping black ticketing and hiked rates is a problem and people will decide,” he added.
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