Allu Arjun, the nephew of Chiranjeevi, met four of the Megastar's fans who suffered injuries while staging a protest against remarks made by Mohanbabu. They suffered injuries while burning an effigy of him in Khammam recently. He consoled the victims and their kin over the incident. Though accepting that no Mega Star fan could tolerate someone criticizing their favourite hero, Allu Arjun appealed to them to keep their cool and maintain restraint as resorting to agitations would spoil the image of Padma Bhushan Chiranjeevi. Instead, he pleaded with the Mega Star fans to continue their social services in the form of blood and eye donations.
Mega Star, Padma Bhushan Chiranjeevi made a a similar appeal on February 3 to his fans in general and the people in particular not to resort to violence and protests for the remarks made by Mohanbabu. Chiranjeevi says, 'The entire incident related to the film industry and Mohanbabu had not made any personal remarks against me. It is a industry issue and has nothing to do personally. I already made an appeal through my brother Pawan Kalyan. But it is learnt that the protests by my fans are still continuing. I sincerely appeal to all my fans to maintain cool and dedicate themselves to the service activities instead of resorting to violence and fiery protests like effigy burning.'