Power Star Pawan Kalyan has finally opened up on his relationship with his brother Megastar Chiranjeevi and said that the reports about the rift in his family is completely baseless. Meanwhile, he has also issued a statement on his political entry and launching his own party. The actor, who is currently busy with pre-production of Gabbar Singh 2, says that he will talk about entering politics in second week of March.
The rumours about the difference between Pawan Kalyan and Chiranjeevi have been doing rounds ever since the latter merged his Praja Rajyam Party with Congress. Of late, there was speculation that the Power Star would launch his own party and contest in forthcoming MP elections. A statement that circulated fast on social media over the weekend read, "FLASH NEWS: Pawan Kalyan to start a new party. party name/logi in few days. will contest as MP. but continue acting!"
A press statement from Pawan Kalyan's office has revealed that the actor will clear his stand on entering politics. "There have been speculations and reports in Tv and news media that Pawan Kalyan has personal differences with his brother Chiranjeevi. It's completely baseless," Idle Brain quotes the statement.
The statement continues, "Regarding speculations of political entry of Pawan Kalyan, he will answer all political questions in the 2nd week of March. Pawan Kalyan is currently busy in pre-production work of Gabbar Singh 2 and story discussions of Oh My God's Telugu remake. Gabbar Singh 2 will go to floors in the last week of May."