Megastar Chiranjeevi, who is currently busy campaigning for the Congress in Seemandhra region, has finally opened up on the reports about his rift with his brother Pawan Kalyan. Besides denying the rumours, the actor-turned-politician also defended the Power Star forming a new political party - Jana Sena, stating that it is his person decision and he would support him in his effort to serve the society.
Addressing a press conference in Vizag, Chiranjeevi spoke to the media and said that there was no truth in rumours about the rift in his family. He said that Pawan Kalyan had campaigned for his Praja Rajyam Party (PRP) in the last assembly elections, but he had never expressed his interest in contesting elections. Meanwhile, he slammed the reports that the Power Star was upset with his decision to merge the PRP with the Congress.
Chiranjeevi also stated that he was clueless about Pawan Kalyan starting Jana Sena Party. "I had no idea that he is going to form a new political party. At the end of the day, it's his personal decision. There's no rule that everyone in the family has to think alike. I will stand by his decision to serve the society in whatever way he wants," a website quotes Chiru as saying.
Pawan Kalyan, who recently launched Jana Sena Party, has gone on busy with its campaigning. On Friday, the Power Star met BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Naredra Modi to express his solidarity with the NDA. After the meeting, the actor spoke to the media and said that he had come to express his support to Modi, but he is yet to decide on whether he would contest election or not.