In the panchayat polls too, the Jana Sena managed to get a higher vote share of 4.67 per cent and the BJP got just 2.47 per cent. The alliance continued its losing streak.
Rana Daggubati will soon be seen sharing screen space with renowned Telugu star and politician Pawan Kalyan in their project 'Bheemla Nayak'.
Exactly a week after his 50th birthday, 'Power Star' Pawan Kalyan's fans got into celebration mode again on Thursday.
The song has garnered 12 million views and 900K likes on YouTube.
As the actor turnes 50, the day has been seeing a frenzy of celebrations across Tollywood and beyond -- his fans are organising birthday parties in his honour.
Directed by Saagar K Chandra, "Bheemla Naik" is a remake of the 2020 Malayalam action-thriller "Ayyappanum Koshiyum", which featured Biju Menon and Prithviraj Sukumaran.
Also starring Rana Daggubati, the new schedule of the upcoming film PSPK 30 has begun in a specially erected set on Monday.
The MLA said the Energy department is plagued with manpower shortage and consumers should not suffer for it. “Local qualified youths should be engaged to address the problem,” she said.
Members of Sundargarh unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuba Morcha, led by president Amiya Patnaik, demanded action against the doctor concerned.
After the movie released on April 9, Sudhakar started receiving calls from unknown numbers asking for soliciting services. Due to the huge flow of calls, he was going through mental stress, he said.
In a directive, Sundargarh Collector Nikhil Pawan Kalyan on Thursday said if required, private doctors practicing in the district will be engaged in Covid-19 treatment.
Film producer Naga Vamsi has been staying with Pawan Kalyan and taking care of his needs for the past one week.
In the GHMC polls held in December last year, the Janasena Party did not field any candidate as it failed to fulfil the conditions
Kalyan remained in self-isolation at his farmhouse outside Hyderabad after returning from the by-election campaign in Tirupati on April 3.
This isn’t just Tamil cinema; it is Indian mainstream cinema’s favourite trope, given that it is still largely male-centric.