Puri Jagannath's latest movie Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu, which has was released across the globe on October 18, has landed in a trouble after its release in the state. Many party men from the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) allege that Pawan Kalyan has targeted their party supremo Chandrababu Naidu and his son Lokesh Naidu. Irked party workers reportedly took to the roads and burnt the effigies of Pawan and Puri.
Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu is a political entertainer and it condemns several burning issues related to politics and media. Puri Jagannath, who has penned the script for this movie, has named the villains as Jawahar Naidu (Kota) and his son Ranababu Naidu (Prakash Raj). There are several politically charged dialogues written by Puri.
These things have not gone well with the cadres of TDP, who created havoc in several parts of the state hours after the first show of Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu was over. What they claim is that the two villains' roles have been named after Chandrababu Naidu and his son Lokesh Naidu. The movie has several dialogues, which directly take dig at their party.
Many members of TDP are very upset with the decision of Regional Censor Board, which has given 'U/A' certificate without any cuts. They say that the Board could have suggested several cuts in the film Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu. But it has given a biased decision. Now, they insist that the screening of the movie should be stopped. Otherwise, they would be forced to take legal actions against its makers.
However, Powerstar Pawan Kalyan, director Puri Jagannath and producer DVV Danayya are keeping mum on the issue. They are reportedly acting as if nothing has happened. It should be seen whether they would wake up and do any amendments in the film or TDP will stop their protest against the makers.