In a goof up, Janasena founder and film’s producer Pawan Kalyan, who attended the pre-release function of his own production venture Chal Mohan Ranga, claimed that a few students have “selected” for IITs “watching” his movies.
Pawan went onto state that he is “shy” and doesn’t like to be called as a “chief guest”. Pawan wished success for Nithiin, director Krishna Chaitanya, producer Sudhakar Reddy.
“When I was in flops, Nithiin and his father Sudhakar Reddy have approached me to launch the audio of his film Ishq. I was initially hesitant that even I was in flops and was apprehensive how it would help his film. But I agreed to go as I felt that Nithiin needed some moral support. Due to support of audiences, the film became big hit,” shared Pawan Kalyan.
Pawan hinted that he is producing films as ‘giving back’ to industry in his own way. Surprisingly, Pawan hasn’t raised Trivikram’s name who is also associated with the film and provided his story. Trivikram’s absence for the event also raised eyebrows. Nithiin said that he is fortunate to act his 25th film under the production of Pawan Kalyan, Trivikram.