Hyderabad: Fan Ends Life to Force Chiranjeevi to Join Politics


DNA India

Hyderabad, Feb 4: A die-hard fan of actor Chiranjeevi, 24-year-old Parthasarathi from Tegudem village in Khammam district committed suicide on Sunday morning in a bid to force the actor to announce his entry into politics.

In his suicide note found near his bed, Parthasarathi, a home guard in Bhadrachalam, said the star’s political future has been stalled by many political forces. An ardent fan of Chiranjeevi, he had not missed even a single movie of his, and visited Hyderabad for all the birthday bashes of the actor. Nagababu, Chiranjeevi’s brother announced an ex-gratia for the family of Parthasarathi.

Meanwhile, Chiranjeevi’s political future is still under cloud with the actor dilly-dallying. His fans had recently attacked another Telegu actor Rajasekhar for making unsavoury remarks on the capability of Chiranjeevi to lead a political party.

Meanwhile, another rumour doing rounds is that Congress leaders helped Chiranjeevi’s second daughter Srija escape to Delhi and get married.

  

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  • Venugopala Bhandary, Puttur

    Tue, Feb 05 2008

    Really feel pity of this gentleman.  what will happen if fans of every celibrities sucide asking their heros to do what they wish?which education system can convey right message to these type of people?

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