Elections in Andhra Pradesh are completed. Jagan Mohan Reddy defeated TDP even without the help of Lakshmi’s NTR but Ram Gopal Varma seems to be still angry about not allowing his film to release in Andhra Pradesh during elections. Probably, he is disappointed about the fact that he is deprived of the publicity he usually gets from such controversies.
Lakshmi’s NTR is releasing on 31st of this month in Andhra Pradesh under the new government. Ramu also had the Press Meet in Vijayawada which he was prevented in Chandrababu Naidu’s regime. On this occasion, Ramu announced another controversial film, Kamma Rajyamlo Kadapa Redlu. Obviously, he is targeting the castes of Jagan and Chandrababu.
Andhra Pradesh is a caste-sensitive state. We have seen the supporters of both the parties resorting to street fights after the elections. Such controversial film will not do good for the state. Previously, Jagan stood by Ram Gopal Varma in Lakshmi’s NTR and if he allows this film, he should share the consequences as well.
In Opposition, YSR Congress and Sakshi constantly made allegations of TDP showing favoritism towards the Kamma Caste. Jagan should keep people like Ram Gopal Varma away so as not to indulge in unnecessary controversies. YSR Congress Leader Rakesh Reddy is also producing this film as in the case of Lakshmi’s NTR.Don't MissWhat Would Be Shocking Performance For Saaho In Bollywood?The Bollywood industry is currently going through a transformation phase with old guard Khans struggling...Don't MissImpressive: Naidu Calm in The Storm of ControversyFormer Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu Naidu was subjected to frisking in Gannavaram Airport...Don't MissDoes TDP Really Need A Political Strategist?The news about TDP approaching Political Strategist Prashant Kishor's I-PAC went viral in the social...Don't MissGame Over Review - Out Of The Box GameBOTTOM LINE Out Of The Box Game OUR RATING 2.5/5 CENSOR 'U/A' Certified, 1 hrs...Don't MissGovernor's Speech Has No Mention About AmaravatiGovernor ESL Narasimhan had addressed a joint session of the Andhra Pradesh Assembly a little...