Wednesday, 25 March 2015

“If There were no Chiranjeevi, there would no Pawan Kalyan, Allu Arjun and Ram Charan in the Tollywood” – Professor M.S.Rao

“Success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.” —Winston Churchill

Presently there is no much discussion about India’s megastar - Chiranjeevi who entered into film industry without anybody’s support. He is a self-made man. He proved himself as an actor and survived for more than 30 years in the film industry. He played various roles as an actor including villain initially to finally excel as a hero and megastar. After he entered into politics, he encountered lots of political challenges and merged his Praja Rajyam Party in Congress which led to a lull in his political career.

After Chiranjeevi left film industry, vacuum was created resulting in high popularity for Pawan Kalyan, Allu Arjun, Ram Charan and other mega family members apart from other non-mega family actors in the industry. There is a strong feeling within media that Chiranjeevi is neglected and critics declare that he is down and out. Everyone must note that Chiranjeevi is down but not out. He is still revered and respected by Telugu film goers. The day he enters into film industry, the Telugu audience will welcome him wholeheartedly and other so-called stars will be swept aside. Chiranjeevi is a phenomenon in Tollywood. As every individual has a bad phase, Chiranjeevi is also going through a bad phase presently. He must enter into film industry to entertain audiences. There is no death for Chiranjeevi’s fame as his name carries the meaning that he lives forever in the hearts of Telugu audiences. Whether he succeeds or fails as a politician, Telugu people still love Chirajeevi as an actor. He is a living legend who will be remembered forever in the Telugu film industry for his acting skills and paving the way for other actors to grow.

Presently a lot of noise is created in the media by negative people who try to divide his family to bring down his image. Chiranjeevi’s image is always intact. He lives in the hearts of Telugu people whether he wears grease paint or not.  If there were no Chiranjeevi, there would no Pawan Kalyan, Allu Arjun and Ram Charan in Tollywood.  

It is unfortunate that some people don’t have gratitude due to their short-term fame. Additionally, there are a few notorious people who throw satires on Chiranjeevi to find their relevance and get noticed that they still exist in this world. Chiranjeevi doesn’t respond to such people because he believes in Winston Churchill’s quote, “You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks.”

Chiranjeevi must learn lessons from his failures and reinvent with changing times to restart his journey. Remember, every leader fails at some of time. That doesn’t mean that he is down and out forever.

“A kite flies against the wind, not with it.” —Winston Churchill

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