Raghava Lawrence is known for his actions as a super fan of the south star Rajinikanth and the hero plus director who has been through a lot of hardship to reach the place where he is now has fallen into trouble with his controversial statements at the audio launch event of Rajini’s next, Darbar.
The choreographer’s comment saying, he used to throw cow dung at Kamal Haasan‘s posters when he was a child and how it made him happy to see those actors, Superstar and Ulaganayagan walking together hand in hand showing the friendship between them. Of course, leaving the friendship part behind, fans were irate with the cow dung comments of Lawrence landing him in rivalry with the Kamal fans who kept abusing and trolling him on social media.
Well, obviously the dancer doesn’t want this kind of rivalry with one of the influential stars of the industry which could be lethal for his career. Now he is trying hard to cover up his controversy as he posts the pictures of him with Kamal Hassan with his hand on Lawrence’s shoulder as both go all smiles.
He wrote, he said nothing wrong but has been taken wrong and that is why he met Kamal and explained the whole thing which even he accepted. Well, he might do that but cannot eliminate the controversy just like that. Could he?Don't Missకోర్టులో జగన్ కు మళ్ళీ చుక్కెదురుఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ముఖ్యమంత్రి వైఎస్ జగన్ మోహన్ రెడ్డి వరుసగా ఎదురు దెబ్బలు తగులుతూనే ఉన్నాయి. తాజాగా ఆయనకు కోర్టులో చుక్కెదురయ్యింది....Don't MissYSR Congress Not To Spare Pawan Kalyan Despite Being A Partner of BJP?Ruling YSR Congress Party seems to be trying to fire salvos on Janasena President Pawan...Don't MissPrabhas' Mother Calls It Heaven on Earth1989 & 90 were the years when Bhagyashree's name was on everyone's tongue as the...Don't MissDisco Raja Review -Sci-Fi Coated Routine Revenge DramaBOTTOM LINE Sci-Fi Coated Routine Revenge Drama OUR RATING 2.25/5 CENSOR UA - 2 hrs...Don't MissHigh Court Directs Government Not To Shift Offices to VishakapatnamIn what can be termed as another jolt to YS Jagan Mohan Reddy Government, Andhra...