Telugu actor Nandamuri Balakrishna, the son of late legendary actor NT Rama Rao, is contesting Assemble election from the TDP in Hindupur constituency. The Legend star filed his nomination papers at 11.30 today (April 16). On his way, he was supported by thousands of his followers, who kept slogans in praise of the actor. The police officials had a tough time in control the crowd. Continue to see the photos of Balakrishna's journey to file his nomination in Hindupur.
Balakrishna To Contest Assembly Election From TDP In Hindupur
At a meeting held in Hyderabad on Saturday, TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu gave the green signal to his brother-in-law Balakrishna to contest the Assembly election from TDP in Hindupur. Later, Balayya held a meeting with sitting legislator from Hindupur and request them for their support.
Balakrishna Gets B-Form From Chandrababu Naidu
Earlier this week, Balakrishna officially received B-form from TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu to contest the Assembly election from his party in Hindupur constituency.
Balakrishna Addressing Voters In Hindupur
Balakrishna, whom late NTR had once described as his political heir, is seen addressing the voters, while he is on his way to file nomination in Hindupur.
Balakrishna Looking At Fans' Crowd
Balakrishna is seen standing on his car and looking at the huge crowd gather along the way, while he is on his way to file nomination in Hindupur.
Balakrishna Shaking Hands With Fans
Balakrishna is seen shaking hands with his fans, who gathered along the way while he is going to file his nomination from TDP in Hindupur.
Fans Shower Flowers Upon Balakrishna
Balakrishna is being showered with flowers, while he is going to file his nomination from TDP in Hindupur.
Balakrishna Fans Crowd During His Nomination In Hindupur
Huge amount of Balakrishna fans are seen gathered along the way as he is on his way to file his nomination from TDP in Hindupur. The police had to struggle to control the mob.
Balakrishna's Victory In Hindupur
Hindupur is said to have been the safest constituency for the TDP since 1986. Late CM NTR had won the elections from this constituency in the years 1985, 1989 and 1994. Later, his Harikrishna was also elected in 1996 from there. Now, Balakrishna is hoping to repeat the same victory there.