Lately, NTR has become the center of disucssion in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana politics. After NTR met Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the Telangana government gave the first ‘shock’ to the actor by turning down the permission for the ‘Brahmotsavam’ pre-release event, which the actor was to attend as the chief guest. The makers of ‘Brahmotsavam’ later turned the event into a small press meet in a hotel.
NTR’s team claims that his meeting with the Union minister was not about politics, but the Bharatiya Janata Party is owning him.
On Sunday, Andhra Pradesh BJP President Somu Veerraju said their party would use NTR’s services wherever needed.
Some Veerraju hinted that they will rope NTR in for an election campaign. NTR is yet to respond to the BJP’s statements.