Puri Jagannath has finally apologised to activists of TDP, YSRC and Telangana. The critically acclaimed helmer has confirmed that he has deleted controversial dialogues and scenes in Pawan Kalyan's highly-talked about movie Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu (CGTR). His apology is coming after these groups protested against him and stalled the screening of the film.
The activists of Telangana, the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and YSR Congress had objected certain characters, dialogues and scenes in the film Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu, claiming that they were intended to disrespect the Telangana agitation and the leaders like YS Rajasekhar Reddy, Chandrababu Naidu and KCR's son KTR. T-activists had even attacked Puri Jagannath's office and destroyed everything.
Shocked Puri Jagannath took to his Twitter page to reveal his intention behind doing the political entertainer Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu. The director tweeted, "I made #CGR wid a National integrity aspect n never intended to hurt any regional feelings, leaders Or agitations. Footage which was felt objectionable is deleted (sic)."
On his Twitter account, Puri Jagannath has offered an official apology on Friday, 19th October. He also claimed that he didn't mean to hurt anybody's feeling. The director tweeted, "I apologize 2all those of U who felt hurt by dis film n reinstate tht dis film is made wid constructive intent on social responsibility.."
Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu has received positive reviews from both film critics and viewers. The political thriller has opened to an earth-shattering response at the Box Office in Andhra Pradesh and other parts of India and overseas. The movie has done a record breaking collection in the first weekend.