NTR has recently become the topic of conversation in politics in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The Telangana government’s decision to deny permission for the “Brahmastra” pre-release event, which the actor was scheduled to attend as the principal guest, came after NTR met with Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Later, “Brahmastra” producers changed the occasion into a small press conference held in a hotel.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is said to own NTR despite the fact that his team insists their encounter with the Union minister had nothing to do with politics.
Somu Veerraju, the president of the Andhra Pradesh BJP, stated on Sunday that his party would utilise NTR’s services as needed.
Some Veerraju made hints that NTR will be involved in their election campaign. NTR has not yet addressed the BJP’s assertions.