Gone are the days when political heavyweights used to deliver power-packed dialogues during poll campaigns while youngsters watched them in awe. It is a total turnaround now with “little masters” ruling the roost much to the displeasure of seniors. When Jr NTR, grandson of the Telugu Desam founder, N.T. Rama Rao, delivers high-voltage dialogues a filmi style, seasoned politicians like, Mr K. Yerrannaidu, simply stand by the side to seek the blessings of the voters. The TD and the Praja Rajyam, which are vying for power in the state, are turning to “generation-next” campaigners to push them to victory. After Jr NTR’s entry into the campaign, the PR is now planning to use its own “little masters” in the canvassing battle. To counter the impact of Jr NTR’s road shows, the PR leadership is thinking about bringing young actors in the PR chief’s family, Mr Ram Charan Teja, son of Chiranjeevi, and Mr Allu Arjun, son of Mr Allu Aravind, for poll campaigning. When scribes asked about the possibility of campaigning by Teja and Arjun, the PR general secretary, Mr Aravind, did not rule it out. “We are thinking over it,” he said. “Earlier, we decided not to use their services as both of them are too young. But, now to muster the support of youngsters, we are thinking about bringing them into the campaign fold.” Sources said, Mr Teja and Arjun would soon tour the state to neutralise the impact of Junior NTR. In fact, Chiranjeevi’s son has already sung a song in the PR’s poll campaign CD to drum up the support of youngsters for the fledgling party.