Within 24 hours of his launching his party power star Pawan Kalyan is seen as a front put up by TDP to off set the split of votes in Telagnana . Rightly Pawan spared Chandrababu Naidu from any criticism giving hint that Pawan would any time become a puppet of TDP. The elections in Andhra Pradesh will witness an interesting clash between two popular brothers of Telugu cinema- Chiranjeevi and Pawan Kalyan .
Posted : March 15, 2014 at 8:07 pm IST by
Chiranjeevi had formed Praja Rajyam Party (PRP) eight months before 2009 elections but his brother has floated Jana Sena less than two months before 2014 elections. Jana Sena is the second party to emerge with Kiran Kumar Reddy, ‘Jai Samaikyandhra’ in last one week. Chiranjeevi floated PRP on the plank of social justice but wounded up and merged it with Congress in 2010. Unlike Chiranjeevi, Pawan is seen as aggressive both in his attack on Congress and in voicing his views on people’s problems.
Living up to his screen image of ‘angry young man’ he successfully struck a chord with people by narrating incidents from his student days to highlight the social inequality. 43 year old Pawan declared his party as common man’s sena (army) and vowed to end social injustice and corruption. Even while targeting the Congress, he spared his brother. “It’s my misfortune that I am standing against my elder brother but he will always remain in heart,” he said. By announcing that he is ready to join hands with any party except the Congress, Pawan has left everyone guessing.