AP Police worry over Chiru, Balayya fans over enthusiasm


The Andhra Pradesh state police seems to be worrying with the simultaneous release of two Tollywood’s super stars’ films, after a gap of more than a decade, as both of them are having emotionally touched fans following. Suspecting their over enthusiasm may leads to law and problems, they have been taking all necessary precautions.

Both the actor’s films are slated to hit theatres on the eve of Sankranthi festival. Megastar Chiranjeevi’s 150 film `Khaidi No 150’ is hitting theatres on January 11. As he is seen in makeup after a gap of nine years, naturally his fans are very excitingly waiting for his film.

Likewise, Nandamuri Balakrishna’s 100th film `Gautamiputra Satakarni’ is releasing on the next day, January 12. Already both the films are creating pre-release sensations. As a precautionary measures,

AP Director General of Police N Sambasiva Rao has warned fans of both the actors asking them to keep their favouritism in limits. Stating that the fan can show their affection on favourite actors, Rao urged them to stay in limits and also warned Chiranjeevi fans not to spoil the festive mood for others with their over enthusiasm.

In this regard, the DGP has issued orders to all the SPs to file against perpetrators who cause mayhem in public. He warned the fans that serious action would be taken on them if any violence is witnessed during the time. He cautioned them not to resort to damage wall posters and cut-outs of other actors.

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