Ram Gopal Varma backfires on Nagababu’s comments
On January 7th, in the pre-release function of Khaidi No.150, brother of Megastar Chiranjeevi, Nagababu abused two famous celebrities namely Ram Gopal Varma, the director and prominent Telugu writer Yandamuri Veerendranath without taking their names out.
He abused Ram Gopal Varma saying that he has become a director by luck and has no right to comment on Megastar Chiranjeevi on his Twitter. Nagababu responded to the tweets made by Ram Gopal Varma and he seems to have not understood the tweets which were made earlier by Varma, on Chiranjeevi and is reacting in this manner.
Once the event was completed, Ram Gopal Varma responded to the comments made by Nagababu apologising for the comments made by him earlier and said that he wished someone would show him the tweets made, apologising for hurting his sentiments. He also said that he tweets about Modi to Amitabh Bachchan and at times comments on himself too.
But the twist comes here, as the tweets were made in Telugu, and RGV actually had never tweeted ever before in Telugu and 1 hour after these tweets he tweeted saying that it wasn’t he who tweeted in Telugu and it was someone who hacked his Twitter account and tweeted the same.
He also fired back saying that Nagababu should introspect about himself and just see how he has progressed throughout his life and then comment about his direction. RGV added to it saying that Nagababu was the one who gave wrong advice to his brother during Praja Rajyam elections and made him loose.
He also requested that, since he doesn’t understand English, he should ask someone from his friend circle to translate those tweets to Telugu to get a better clarity. Nagababu is yet to respond on the same.
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