A 23 year old man stabbed his father to death for not voting for his favourite matinee idol Chiranjeevi. Star worship stoops so low and human lives hardly bear any value. Nothing else can aptly define the star mania which has caught up with the innocent generation of today. Rajubabu killed his 55 year old father K. Chinnabbai in cold blood to prove his fanatic admiration for the superstar turned politician Chiranjeevi.
Raju had constant bickerings with his father over their conflicting political inclinations ever since the campaigning for the elections had started. Apparently Rajubabu who is inclined to the PRP did not appreciate of his father's admiration for the TDP.
When D-day came, Rajubabu asked his father to vote in favour of Chiranjeevi's PRP and the father conceded. But Chinnabbai voted for TRP and an enraged Raju murdered his father and stealthily buried the body in the outskirts of the village. Later he informed the villagers about the death of his father and described it as natural. However mounting suspicion and the circumstances probed many villagers to report to the police authorities.
Stars add glamour quotient to present day politics. Nevertheless what can one say about admiration and adoration which crosses beyond the limits of fascination or even worship. Even when these ideal idols grace the world of politics they cannot let go their onscreen image or for the matter their charisma. So where do we draw the borderline and accept them as individuals who entertain you, be it cinema or politics.