RGV Takes on Chiru on Twitter

Published: 18th October 2015 03:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th October 2015 03:51 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Maverick filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, known for his sensational tweets often courting controversies, has trained his guns on Megastar Chiranjeevi on Saturday.

In a series of tweets targeting Chiranjeevi and his son Ram Charan starrer ‘Bruce Lee’, RGV took potshots at Chiranjeevi’s much hyped re-entry into Tollywood through 150th film.

“After all the mega discussions Mega Star had, I am Mega surprised that he chose Bruce Lee as his 150th film,” tweeted RGV on Friday referring to Chiranjeevi’s guest appearance in ‘Bruce Lee.’

But, the actual attack on actor-turned-politician Chiranjeevi started when RGV tweeted, “For Mega star to do Bruce Lee as 150th is as big a Mega wrong decision as Prajarajyam party but am sure 151st will be the Enter the Dragon.”

RGV, who keeps teasing his followers over his stance as whether he is supporting a person or actually making fun of him through tweets, once gain left teasing his followers even in case of Chiranjeevi. “Unlike some people thinking I am actually biggest fan of Mega Star and my tweets are in support of him which some dumbs r not understanding,” tweeted RGV further.

RGV did not end it there. Referring to the news making rounds in film circles that Chiranjeevi is considering a remake for his re-entry, he tweeted, “Mega in his Telugu leader status to copy a Tamil film is back stab for Telugu Pride. So I hope that he’s doing a Tamil copy film is a rumour.”

In between RGV also made comparisons between Chiranjeevi and director Rajamouli. “And I hope rumours are wrong and Telugu Mega star for 151st will not do copy of Tamil film and be as mega original as Rajamouli in Bahubali.”


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