Telugu megastar Chiranjeevi attended a charity event on Sunday and the ‘Acharya’ actor while addressing the gathering at the event said that he does not want to be addressed as the ‘industry chief’ anymore.
“Please don’t call me ‘industry chief’ now,” the actor said.
“I will be there for my film industry people. But, I don’t want these titles anymore. I think it is better to be a responsible person than to be called a bigot.”
Chiranjeevi also told that he will continue to do good work even without titles, as those titles are not that important to him anymore.
Chiranjeevi is one of the first to respond to any difficulties affecting the workers of the Telugu film industry.
In recent times too, the issue of ticket price was taken to Chiranjeevi while he tried to communicate about the same Andhra Pradesh Government.
While the MAA elections had seen attempts to drag Chiranjeevi into obscure issues, he never responded to comments that underlined his immense respect for the industry.
Now that Chiranjeevi has suggested not to call him the head of the industry, some of his co-stars feel that the actor has been hurt by these incidents. Tollywood And therefore does not want to interfere in these issues.
On the work front, Chiranjeevi is looking forward to the grand release of ‘Acharya’, in which he shares screen space with his son Ram Charan.
Also, Chiranjeevi’s mega-action entertainer ‘Bhola Shankar’ is being directed by Mehr Ramesh while he has to start shooting for Mohan Raja’s ‘Godfather’.
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