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It's Clear: NTR Won't Entertain Naidu!

Of late, there have been reports that Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu is trying to pamper his nephew and young actor NTR by luring the latter’s father Nandamuri Harikrishna with Rajya Sabha seat or TTD trust board chairman post.

Apparently, Naidu desperately needs the support of NTR in the election campaign, if the TDP has to retain power for the second successive term in 2019.

By pampering NTR back into the active politics of the TDP, Naidu wants to convey the message to the people that Nandamuri family is very much united and is solidly behind him.

However, NTR is not interested in falling into the trap of Naidu, if his just released film Jai Lava Kusa is an indication.

While the film itself subtly reflects the life of NTR, every dialogue in the film directly or indirectly shows how NTR has taken a dig at his “uncle” Chandrababu Naidu for trying to trap him by luring his father.

At one point, NTR says in the film: “There is no meaning for “us” and “I” am the only truth,” indicating that he was isolated by the Nandamuri and Nara families in politics.

“Are you enacting dramas to get closer to me?” goes another dialogue, which clearly shows how Naidu was trying to closer to him by offering posts to his father.

The other dialogues like: “Opposition is ruling the state,” “We have enough recognition with the Centre,” “A person who can win has more recognition than one who helps others win,” and “It’s you who made me like this,” also indicate a different political mindset of NTR.

Above all, NTR’s party in the film is called “Jai Party, Sama Samaj Party.” If he really has any affinity towards the TDP, he would have the name of his party in the film as “Mana Desam” or “Ee Desam” or “Jai Desam.”

And who has spoiled the life of “Jai” character in the film? It’s Posani Krishna Murali, who played the role of Jai’s uncle. As was the case of Nazar character in NTR’s film Dammu, who happens to be the hero’s uncle, in the latest film, too, Posani has been shown to neglect the hero character. Needless to say, Chandrababu is the uncle of NTR.

So far so good, but a couple of dialogues like: “I got a call from Delhi” make one wonder whether NTR has any intentions to get closer to Bharatiya Janata Party.

May be NTR is eyeing the BJP in the wake of reports that it has started sidelining power star and Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan as was evident from not sending a letter from Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Swachch Bharat Mission programmes.

Who knows, anything might happen in politics!



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