JAC to ban Chiru family films

Ram Charan Teja's Yevadu Movie Opening Photo Gallery 1.jpg

Visakhapatnam: Movies starring Union tourism minister  Chiranjeevi’s family members are set to face the heat of the Samaikyandhra stir. In an attempt  to intensify the agitation demanding that UPA reverse the Telangana decision,  Samaikyandhra Students’ JAC on Tuesday unleashed an action plan.
They decided to boycott the films of Chiru’s son Ram Charan Teja and his brother Pawan Kalyan. Their films, Yevadu and Attarintiki Daredhi respectively, are lined up for release in the second week of August.
The JAC said the boycott was to protest against   Chiranjeevi for not using all his efforts to convince his party leadership to reverse their  T decision. They claimed Chiranjeevi had failed miserably to project the emotions and  sentiments of the public of Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra to the Congress central leadership.
“How can he stay silent when Seemandhra is burning? He failed  to express our sentiments. He must quit. We are  boycotting the films  of his family members. We dare exhibitors and distributors to screen their movies. We won’t hesitate to attack theatres if they screen the movies,” said Lagudu Govind of  Samaikyandhra Students’ JAC.
The latter on Tuesday morning held an emergency meeting on the  varsity campus and decided to intensify their agitation. From Wednesday they will launch a door-to-door campaign to explain to the public the importance of the stir and the need to  maintain the status quo of the state. JAC has planned a public meeting at AU engineering college grounds on Aug 12.
They have planned a march on the beach road on August 18 along the  lines of Telangana Million March in Hyderabad.

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