Allari Naresh's latest outing Yamudiki Mogudu, which is slated to hit the screens on December 27, was in news for all good reason, but the latest we hear is for wrong reason. According to reports, the movie takes a dig at Megastar Chiranjeevi's ideology and its going to be a satire on his concept 'Samaajika Nyayam' (social justice).
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It is well-known that Allari Naresh has borrowed several things from Chiranjeevi's Telugu films for his upcoming movie Yamudiki Mogudu. Firstly, he has taken the title of his 1988 movie. Secondly, he used the song 'Atho Athamma Kooturo' from his 1995 film Alluda Majaaka. Moreover, he is using his concept social justice.
The story of Yamudiki Mogudu is set in the backdrop of Yama Lokam, where Allari Naresh will be seen battling for social justice to everyone. But the actor is using a comedy tone to prove his stand, which is said to be not gone well with a few people in the Telugu film industry, who say that the film will look like a satire on Chiranjeevi's ideology and it will make fun of his concept.
However, Allari Naresh, who is all charged up after the huge success of Sudigadu, has pinned lot of hopes on Yamudiki Mogudu. Since he has borrowed a few things from Chiranjeevi's films, Mega fans are eagerly looking forward to watch the movie. It should be seen whether the actor will be able to impress them or not.