Why didn't Junior N T Rama Rao campaign for his sister Nandamuri Suhasini, who is contesting as the Telugu Desam Party candidate in Kukatpally assembly constituency?
Though there was a last minute hope that Junior NTR would dedicate some time for Suhasini at least on the last day of campaign on Wednesday, he did not turn up.
The granddaughter of legendary actor and former chief minister N T Rama Rao had to depend on other family members, including uncles Nandamuri Balakrishna and TDP president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, besides other TDP leaders.
The TDP leaders leaked to the curious media that Jr NTR was not in a position to come in the open for campaigning for Suhasini, because he wanted to maintain secrecy about his new look in his forthcoming film being directed by S S Rajamouli.
Apparently, Jr NTR has been putting on a lot of weight for a particular role he is playing in the film and he has already crossed 100 kgs.
“Since his appearance in the film will get exposed and become a big news in the media even before the first look is released, Junior NTR did not want to come out in the open for campaigning,” these sources said.
But on Friday, all these speculations turned out to be fake. Junior NTR, along with his wife Pranathi, came out openly to cast his vote in Jubilee Hills and appeared ever fit and strong.
He even gave a call to the people to cast their vote and uphold democracy. About his not campainigning in the elections, he only said he strongly wished his sister will win the elections.