Sensationalism has become a Norm of Society these days. There are vultures & witches at every turn who just target everyone for their survival. These scavengers have no shame and the best solution to fight them is not to "Hate" but Ignore them! pic.twitter.com/1zSpiRZ4KT
— Naga Vamsi (@vamsi84) July 25, 2020
Director RGV is storing up various haters by making dubious movies. His most recent film, Power Star, a satire on Pawan Kalyan, released yesterday in the midst of extreme analysis. True to form, the reaction for the film has been disappointing.
In the interim, joining an extensive rundown of Pawan Kalyan fans, maker Naga Vamsi took to Twitter on the day Power Star released and appears to have attacked RGV. Naga Vamsi, whose father S Radhakrishna bankrolled Pawan’s Agnyaathavaasi, tweeted a discourse from Aravindha Sametha in which NTR says, “Will the mountain be put down if a canine barks at it?”
Naga Vamsi additionally said that drama has become a standard of society nowadays and that vultures and witches target everybody for their endurance. “These scroungers have no disgrace and the best answer for battle them isn’t to “Loathe” yet Ignore them!,” he tweeted.