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Bandla Ganesh wants to stick to the cinema and doesn't go back to politics ever again

Bandla Ganesh is one of the blockbuster producers in the movie industry whose political stint became a joke of the decade.
by Xappie Desk | May 11, 2020 20:53 IST
Bandla Ganesh wants to stick to the cinema and doesn't go back to politics ever again

Bandla Ganesh needs no introduction to the Telugu audiences. The actor turned politician is an epitome of entertainment. Be it on-screen or off the screen, Bandla Ganesh manages to make us laugh out hard with his statements. A couple of years back, Ganesh entered politics but failed miserably as a politician. Now, he stated that he will not enter politics ever again and will only stick to the cinema. He stated that cinema is his first love. Bandla Ganesh made these comments on the occasion of the eighth release anniversary of his production venture Gabbar Singh.

 
Ganesh's tweet read, "జీవితంలో కిక్ కావాలంటే ఒక్క సినిమా నే నేను డిసైడ్ అయ్య. నాకు సినిమానే జీవితం. సినిమాయే ప్రాణ౦. నా 15 సం||రాల వయస్స లో సినిమా ఇండస్ట్రీకి వచ్చ. నాకు రాజకీయాలు వద్దు, సినిమాయే ముద్దు. నా వల్ల, నా మాటలు వల్ల భాదపడ్డ ప్రతి ఒక్కరికి క్షముంచమని కొరుకుటున్నాను (I've decided that only cinema can give me a high in my life. Cinema is my life. I entered the industry when I was 15. I don't want to go back to politics. I will stick to the cinema from now on. If I had offended anyone with my words, I request them to forgive me)."
 
On the flip side, fans are trending #8YrsForGabbarSinghHysteria like wildfire on Twitter. Within 24 hours, there were more than 13.5 million tweets with this hashtag. This is the most trended hashtag on any film's release anniversary. Thus, Power Star fans achieved a new record today. Directed by Harish Shankar, Gabbar Singh featured Pawan Kalyan and Shruti Haasan in the lead roles. It was an official remake of the Hindi film Dabangg. Gabbar Singh always remains special for Pawan and his fans as it gave Pawan a hit after a gap of 11 years. Thus, fans treat it as a film close to their hearts.
 
 
Credits: Twitter


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