The Forum For Good Governance suspects that it looks as though investigation into these four cases, which involved Tollywood celebrities, has been dropped.
The accused, who was absconding until now, was produced before the court via a video conference, and shifted to judicial remand.
The BJP's chief spokesperson in Telangana, K Krishna Saagar Rao, issued a statement demanding a thorough investigation into the involvement of Tollywood personalities in the drug nexus
Jayaprakash Reddy attained fame for portraying villainous roles and was known for his sharp and witty dialogues with a typical Rayalaseema slang.
The veteran actor, who had been living in Guntur since lockdown, collapsed in the bathroom due to a heart attack.
According to the police, some people created fake profiles on social media and posted objectionable content in connection with the Tollywood actors.
Apart from taking money from budding actresses in return for roles in movies, the accused Mohammed Ahmed used to blackmail women.
Soon after, the film has been garnering quite a bit of curiosity, especially about who would reprise RGV’s role in it.
Directed by Anup Bhandari, the shooting of the film was resumed at Annapurna Studios, Telangana, on July 16.
Actor Anna Ben is the front runner to reprise her role from her latest Malayalam release, Kappela, which is being remade in Telugu by producer Naga Vamsi under Sithara Entertainments banner.
The director has clarified to Cinema Express that actor Samantha Akkineni is not part of the film and he is yet to finalise the female lead
As COVID-19 cases rise across Maharashtra, director SS Rajamouli has changed his plans and decided to shoot a major schedule of Roudram Ranam Rudhiram at one of the ancient forts of Nalgonda.
Post Sushant Singh Rajput's demise, actor Sreelekha Mitra reveals superstars govern casting in Bengali film industry
In a video shared on her YouTube channel, Mitra claimed that during the 90s and early 2000s she was denied lead roles in Bengali films at the behest of a superstar.
Tollywood sources are pussyfooting around the issue, saying that at the moment they would shoot films that do not require intimate scenes, hugs or elaborate action sequences.
CM K Chandrashekhar Rao stated that film or TV shootings can be held in the state with limited manpower and by following the guidelines issued by the government from time to time.