Chiranjeevi’s event on Saturday had it all from livid tweets to broken chairs.
A pre-release occurrence for Chiranjeevi’s Khaidi No. 150 had taken place on Saturday night, and though it was a great affair, the drama that resulted ensured it wasn’t a night the superstar would forget.
It all happened when the actor’s brother Naga Babu went on a rage contrary to people who fiend their family, tortuously calling director Ram Gopal Varma an “unsuccessful director”. “It appears like everybody has their eye on the ‘Mega family’. They acquire some way by making fun of Chiranjeevi or other members of his family. We don’t actually care about such remarks,” said Naga Babu in his speech, even calling Ram Gopal Varma an akkupakshi (someone who doesn’t stop speaking).
RGV made his existence felt even though he wasn’t at the event, going on a Twitter rant that continued over 5 hours. “Chiranjeevigaaru out of esteem for u I will stop tweeting currently .please advise him to keep silent or I will start tweeting real main things (sic),” he written.
He also tweeted to Varun Tej, Naga Babu’s son, asking him not to trail his father’s guidance. On Sunday morning, RGV had tweeted a quote from the Bhagavad-Gita: “Persons who live in glass houses should not throw stones at others”.
Pawan Kalyan’s admirers, guessing his name to be specified, went on a riot when no mention of the Power Star was declared. The actor’s fans allegedly tried to break chairs after the occasion a video of which has left viral.
Chiru thanks Vijay
The hero said, “I was stalking for the best story to make a riposte. Though there were numerous good stories, I was looking for somewhat phenomenal and that’s after A.R. Murugadoss’ Kaththi came our approach. And at that time, Vijay himself came onward and told me that if I wanted to remake the movie, he’d make certain we get the film rights. It was a very moving gesture and I am grateful to him for bringing this movie to me.”
Chiru’s brief instant of irritation!
Though the event was a whole Chiranjeevi show, there were a few instants that appeared to irk the actor. A member in the troop constantly kept flapping the flag of Pawan Kalyan’s Jana Sena party much to his irritation. The actor asked the individual to put down the flag few times.
Well, his disputes weren’t heeded to and the megastar certain to ignore and went ahead with a spectacular speech where he wanted that all Sankranti releases — Gautamiputra Satakarni, Head Constable Venkaiah and Shatamanam Bhavati — which are coming to the fore sideways with his film, become a hit.