Actor and Producer Posani Krishna Murali has new problems due to his remarks on the actor and politician Pawan Kalyan as his fans recently spotted the producer and tried to attack him. Posani was at the Hyderabad Press Club addressing at a news conference where Pawan Kalyan's fans and party members of the Janasena approached and started raising slogans. The slogans got a little heated, and later they tried to barge into the conference hall and attack him, which was intercepted by the police, and the actor left the venue and was taken to a safe location.
However, the actor has expressed how Pawan Kalyan's fans have been ruthless and inappropriate, and if anything happens to him, the actor-politician is to be held responsible. Posani, a supporter of the YSRCP party in Andhra Pradesh, made certain remarks about the Jana Sena Party Chief, which did not go well with Pawan Kalyan's solid fan base. The producer commented on Pawan's work at Jana Sena and branded him as someone who does not have the stature to talk in front of the Chief Minister of AP.
While Pawan Kalyan was being criticized, the actor-turned-politician resorted to personal comments and started dragging out an issue related to Posani allegedly impregnating a girl and asking the latter for help on Twitter. As a result, there was a Twitter battle among YSRCP and Jan Sena Supporters, which has now turned personal. Posani, in his press conference, expressed how criticism and counter-criticism are reasonably expected but dragging personal issues into it is pretty filthy.
The actor in his press conference highlighted how Pawan Kalyan got him out of a movie just because the latter expressed his displeasure of the star arriving late to the shooting. The bitterness and hate feeling has always been there, said Posani and also concluded how we would accept any level of criticism from AP's Chief Minister and YSRCP Leader, Jaganmohan Reddy, and considers him a natural leader of people in comparison with Pawan Kalyan from Jana Sena. She has not even had an excellent Tollywood graph in the past few years.