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RGV, Posani use Allu Arjun's National Award to divide fans


Ram Gopal Varma feels that Allu Arjun is more successful than Pawan Kalyan and Ram Charan. With Bunny winning a National Award, the controversial director has used the opportunity to hit out at other Mega heroes.

"One way to SUCCESS is to be lucky enough to be a TOP HERO’S brother or son. SUPER success is to start from the bottom to reach the top... MEGA SUCCESS is about having the baggage of being a COMEDIAN’S grandson and yet becoming a SUPER HERO both at the BOX OFFICE and in AWARDS too .. KUDOS, Allu Arjun," RGV wrote.

The tweet is a direct dig at Power Star and Mega Power Star, who, as per RGV, are merely lucky. On the other hand, the 'Pushpa' actor entered the film industry with the baggage of being the grandson of a comedy artist (referring to Allu Ramalingaiah) and yet went on to become a pan-India hero and a National Award winner.

RGV is not the only one trying to divide movie buffs this week. Posani Krishna Murali opined that Bunny is the only Telugu actor who keeps learning acting even after becoming a star hero. In a video clip, he stressed the fact that Bunny is the first Telugu actor to win the Best Actor National Award. While this is factually correct, it is a stretch to say that Bunny is the only one who never stops learning and that's why he is the only one deserving of a National Award from Tollywood. Since Posani is a political activist, his words can't be seen as innocuous.