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Pawan Kalyan thanks Prime Minister Modi for his latest address to the nation; Hopes Mission Self Reliance helps the country

Pawan Kalyan is currently in a partnership with BJP and he is constantly complimenting the policies of BJP although it draws criticism to him
by Anoop Sai Bandi | May 13, 2020 09:48 IST
Pawan Kalyan thanks Prime Minister Modi for his latest address to the nation; Hopes Mission Self Reliance helps the country

Commending the step and action of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his speech yesterday, 'Powerstar' Pawan Kalyan has seconded him and advised all the citizens to follow it. We all knew that Pawan Kalyan tied up with BJP and he's been appreciating their moves from the beginning. He took up his social media handles and wrote his appreciation which is currently trending viral on social media.

 
"Thank You, Hon. PM Sri @narendramodi Ji, Mission Self Reliant India - shall help our Nation to rise and lead the world. This fiscal stimulus shall be a historic reform and it begins from today. 21st Century shall belong to India – The Emergence of Bharat. #AatmanirbharBharat" he wrote. After the debacle failure of his political party 'Janasena', he is still active on the political front to question the government and its norms.
 
Joining the hands with BJP he criticized and condemned has brought him severe criticism. And also backing on his word that he won't be doing any films further, thereby dedicating himself for the public service through politics.
 
Pawan Kalyan was last seen in 'Agnyaathavaasi', which is his 25th film, under his frequent collaborator Trivikram Srinivas's direction. The film went onto become a disaster. He has signed up for 3 films. One is 'Vakeel Saab', under the direction of Venu Sriram, a remake of Bollywood blockbuster film 'Pink'. He will be doing a film with director Krish, touted to be a period film. Another one under the direction of Harish Shankar an action drama film.
 
 
Credits: Twitter


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