Sukumar clarifies about Rangasthalam song Controversy


Rangasthalam 1985 is one film that has been carrying huge buzz all over. The songs have been smashing hits and are topping the music charts. The second song Rangamma Mangamma penned by Chandrabose landed into a controversy after the line “Golla Bhama vacchi naa goru gilluthunte” did not go well with a section of people. Ramulu Yadav, the President of Yadav Hakkula Porata Samithi wanted the line to be removed else he threatened to stage a massive protest after he felt that the line insults the women of the Yadav community.

Sukumar during his recent press meet clarified saying that Golla Bhama doesn’t mean Yadav woman in this context and they wanted to remind the audience about the insect named Golla Bhama in the romantic number. Sukumar even said that he had no intention to hurt anyone with his films. With Sukumar’s clarification, the controversy has been kept an end. Ram Charan and Samantha played the lead roles in Rangasthalam 1985 which has been slated for March 30th release all over.

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