Tirupathi M L A – Chiranjeevi stated that in the next five years he would change the phase of Tirupathi completely, he is on a two days tour in Tirupathi. Chiru said that in all the angles Tirupathi will be developed for which he would do his best. In order to know the problems of people he would often visit constituency and directly interact with people. He said that he is chalking out plans to remove corruption and involve youth in Government Vigillance Department by means of which they would be answerable for any irregularities. Later he met T T D – EO – Municipal Commissioner, R D O with all honor.
Vijetha was the title of Chiru’s film with heroine Bhanupriya. The film was released on 23rd October 1985.A Kodanda Rami Reddy was the director.
Now Varun Sandesh is opting to go with the same title Vijetha for his next film with new director Sandeep Gunnam (son of Gangaraju Gunnam) who made his debut as cinematographer with Amma Cheppindi.
Gemini Film Circuit is the producer for this film.Shooting of the movie is almost complete except for a few days of patch work
Laughing Lord banner is making a movie Maa Nanna Chiranjeevi is rumored to be a remake of “The Pursuit of Happiness” in which the lead character has squabbles with his wife over his ‘poverty’ issue and takes an important or rather dumb decision of keeping his child with him while the wife leaves him. Jagapati Babu plays a salesman selling diaries and even supposedly makes his son sleep in filthy bathrooms when they go homeless.
Chiru was in Tirupathi for two days tour in his assembly constituency. He was speaking to media at the end of his two day tour today evening said.
1.I acted in movies and I live in politics
2.Chiru donated Rs One lakh to Tirupathi Press club.
3.Rail Engine symbol was one of the reasons for PRP to loose elections
4.We are planning for new symbol with EC
5. Pawan Kalyan will continue as the Yuvarajyam chief Continue reading
Chiranjeevi has made up his mind not to get into movies again but still he is enjoying image of Megastar amongst people, It was proved once again during his Tirupati visit in the last couple of days. He still has a huge fan following and the people came on to streets to see their hero and present MLA. Had he been a normal MLA, there would not have been so many crowds on the streets just to see him and shake hands with him. It appeared as if they were watching only a film hero in him, rather than an MLA. He will, no doubt, get a similar reception everywhere in the state; even in a remote village.
TIRUPATI: Praja Rajyam (PR) president and Tirupati MLA Chiranjeevi on Thursday conceded that the party’s ‘rail engine’ symbol was too confusing and possibly ruined the winning chances of its candidates in the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections.
Participating in a ‘meet the press’ programme organised at the Press Club here, he said another factor which impacted the winning chances of the party was the alleged political contrivances behind fielding independents with symbols like tractor, bulldozer, bread etc. These symbols resembled the PR’s rail engine and confused ordinary voters, he said.
Mr. Chiranjeevi said the PR would take up with the Election Commission to allot it this time a ‘small and clear’ symbol. “We 100 per cent want to change the symbol,” he said.
To a question he denied that his brothers – Naga Babu and Pavan Kalyan — were sidelined in the party affairs. He said, they were not in active politics and as fulltime actors they had their own professions. Another reason he cited was to steer clear of criticism that he was encouraging nepotism in the party
On the stand-off between DGP S.S.P. Yadav and Chief Electoral Officer I.V. Subba Rao, Mr. Chiranjeevi felt the DGP was perhaps stretching the issue ‘too far’.
On the possibilities of the PR having a truck with like-minded parties in the ensuing GHMC and local body elections, Mr. Chiranjeevi said it was too early to take any decision. .
HYDERABAD: Praja Rajyam has regretted that ‘injustice’ had been done to the State in terms of the poor representation in the Union Council of Ministers and charged Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy with lack of will to pursue the State’s agenda. At a press conference here on Thursday, senior leader T. Sitaram said that although 33 Congress MPs were elected from the State, Dr. Reddy managed to secure only one Cabinet rank Minister and four Ministers of State.
In comparison, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu, that sent lesser number of Congress and Trinamool Congress MPs, had bagged many more berths while the NCP could get three. He regretted that the North-South divide still continued despite better performance. Of the 78-strong Union Cabinet, only 26 were from the South, he said.
TIRUPATI: There is finally the official word about PR founder and Tirupati MLA-elect, Chiranjeevi’s visit to his constituency. Chiru’s maiden visit to Tirupati after his election from the prestigious Tirupati seat is officially announced on Monday by the State leader of the party, Tammineni Seetharam.
As per the itinerary finalised for his two-day visit to the temple city, Chiranjeevi would be arriving here on May 28. He would use the occasion to familiarise himself with the local issues and the local leaders with whom he has to work as the local MLA.
During his stay here, Mr. Sitharam said Mr. Chiranjeevi would receive representations on local issues that needed immediate attention.
He said that the severe drubbing that the party received was due to some serious organisational deficiencies which would be overcome in due course.
This is the grapevine that has come out from Chiru camp. A few days ago when Ram Charan tried to arrange a meeting between Srija and Chiranjeevi on phone, the latter denied and also reprimanded former. Since Srija married Sirish, Chiranjeevi has been not opening his lip for her. Any correspondence is being done only by email and Chiranjeevi is still stubborn with the decision of not talking to Srija or Sirish. Mega Star proves to be a tough father at home although a cool leader for society with the term ‘Samajika Nyayam’. In fact, Chiru has to implement Samajika Nyayam in his home first, say Congress sympathizers. Let us wish things settle down in Chiru’s family, if any, and everybody enjoys peace and serenity in life.
Praja Rajyam Party president Chiranjeevi is learnt to have changed his mind and decided to retain Tirupati assembly seat, if he wins. According to party sources, Chiranjeevi has even asked the local leaders to purchase a house for him in Tirupati, so that he would stay in that house whenever he comes to the temple town. This talk was widely spread in the town much before the second phase of polling. The way he stayed put in Tirupati, rather than Palakollu, to oversee polling on April 23 itself gave an assurance to the voters that he would retain the seat.
Earlier, there was a talk that Chiranjeevi would retain Palakollu seat and resign from Tirupati, if he wins both the seats. His own party leader Ch Harirama Jogaiah confirmed this. This led to a lot of criticism and the Opposition parties tried to cash in on this talk in Tirupati.