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CGTR faces wrath of T supporters

IndiaGlitz [Friday, October 19, 2012]
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Puri had hoped that the Pawan-Brahmi news-reading scene would have a neutralizing effect, but it turns out that some recklessly conceived scenes involving Prakash Raj have ruffled the feathers of some Telangana activists

Enraged by the not-so-indirect reference to Telangana separatism, a group of activists today forcibly stopped the screening of CGTR at Aaradhana theatre in Hyderabad.

Some mild violence against the film was reported today afternoon in Warangal, where the T sentiment is strong.

As a matter of fact, the film is so ignorant and the dialogues against regional chauvinism are so silly that they doesn't deserve any attention or reaction.  The activists would have done well to ignore the scenes/film.

 



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