Real Star Upendra had opened up on his ambition to enter politics during the release of his movie Super in 2010. Indeed, the actor had said that he wants to fulfil his vision of corruption-free India, which was the subject of Super. But it was believed that Uppi's statement was a part of the publicity campaign of his movie. It became evident in the later days, as he did not give any clue on his plans to enter politics. Now, he has talked about it again.
Speaking to a daily, Upendra has said that his plans have not been shelved and he is willing to make his entry to politics. He wants to work for the welfare of people and reinstated that his vision 2030 is possible. According to him, achieving his dream without power is far from possible. That does not mean that there are no people who worked for the society without power but having power will encourage us to take actions on developmental activities. However, he has denied the rumours of him contesting from his home Chamarajpet consistency in the next elections.
Upendra has not revealed when he is going to take a plunge into the politics and which party is he going to join. It is also not clear whether he will launch his own party. However, the Real star is unlikely to enter for the next general assembly elections, as the actor is committed to quite a few projects that will keep him busy at least for the next 15 months. It may be recalled that the actor had earlier clarified that he was not getting offers from any parties: BJP, JD(S) and Congress.