New Delhi: In a surprising move, Jana Sena party chief and popular Tollywood actor Pawan Kalyan on Tuesday (August 31) sent out a letter to Tamil Nadu chief minister MK Stalin appreciating his good work in the state.
The letter penned in both Telugu and Tamil states that any party should do politics to come to power and shouldn’t resort to politics after coming to power.
He went on to shower praises on Stalin saying that his administration is exemplary and definitely sets a standard not just to other states but to the entire country.
What is surprising is that Pawan Kalyan’s Jana Sena has been an ally of BJP in Andhra Pradesh and he is seen as closely associated with Home Minister Amit Shah and others.
During the recent Tirupathi by-polls Pawan Kalyan’s Jana Sena took a step back and let the ally’s candidate contest in the election.
He even campaigned nonstop during the peak Covid season. Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin on the other hand has been in the anti-BJP camp and allied with Congress.
So, the question arises as to why Pawan Kalyan is showering love towards Stalin and also if BJP will be comfortable with the same.
Popular Malayalam film Ayyappanum Koshiyum is being remade in Telugu as Bheemla Nayak and the makers are eyeing the Tamil market too.
Analysts opine that Pawan Kalyan could be trying to woo Tamil audience by appreciating their CM.
The CDP or the Common DP for Pawan Kalyan’s birthday on 2nd September which will be a working still from Bheemla Nayak will be released on Wednesday (September 1).
If not for film reasons, this adulation for MK Stalin might land Jana Sena’s relationship with BJP in trouble.