Pawan Kalyan’s ex-wife Renu Desai, who had posted a photo from her engagement on social media, faced the ire of Pawan fans who were unhappy about her decision to remarry.
Renu Desai recently shared a photo of her exchanging rings with an unidentified man triggering a barrage of unsolicited advice and even death threats from fans of her ex-husband and Tollywood star Pawan Kalyan.
Renu Desai was Pawan Kalyan’s second wife. She tied the knot with the Tollywood star in 2009 and the couple divorced in 2012. They have a son Akira and a daughter Aadhya.
On Monday, in a series of tweets, Pawan Kalyan continued his tirade against his ‘political opponents.’ He even released a document purportedly containing details of the donation made by Srini Raju to TDP.
Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India actor Allu Arjun had gone to the film chambers in Hyderabad last week along with other members of his family to express his solidarity with his uncle Pawan Kalyan.
The meeting was called a day after popular actor Pawan Kalyan asked MAA and Telugu Film Chamber to immediately take steps to end the controversy.
The issue took off when Sri Reddy used an abusive word in reference to Pawan Kalyan’s mother and made an offensive gesture before cameras recently. TV channels repeatedly showed Sri Reddy’s expletives against Pawan, causing the chief of Jana Sena Party chief to declare a war against a section of media.
The issue of casting couch that has been wreaking havoc in Tollywood for over a month now, escalated into a full-fledged political battle after actor Sri Reddy abused Pawan Kalyan in public.
Pawan Kalyan questioned as to why the media in the Telugu states continue to repeatedly telecast over and over the derogatory word and offensive gesture used by Sri Reddy against him.
While addressing the press recently, Pawan Kalyan was asked for his comments on actor Sri Reddy, who recently made serious sexual harassment allegations against some of the biggest names of the Telugu film industry.
Pawan Kalayan has bankrolled Nithiin’s Chal Mohan Ranga, which is penned by Trivikram.
He announced that his party would contest the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
T-Series, which had the remake rights of director Jerome Salle’s 2008 film Largo Winch, had sent a legal notice to the makers of Agnyaathavaasi for alleged copyright violations.
Pawan Kalyan tweeted: “I will come before you soon. Bless me.”
The victim’s rant against Agnyaathavaasi was shared on Twitter enraging the so-called fans of Pawan Kalyan. A group of miscreants tracked down the teenager in question to a physical address, stripped him and beat him up