When director Ram Gopal Varma’s new film, Power Star, has been creating some noise on social media ever since it was announced last week. There has been a lot of curiosity about what the film’s story could be, given its direct reference to actor turned politician Power Star Pawan Kalyan.
RGV took to Twitter this afternoon and clarified that his film ‘Power Star’ is not based on any person’s life and that the film will be a fictional story of what a film star went through in the following days after a crushing defeat in the elections. “Any resemblance to any living person is purely coincidental,” RGV added, slyly making things even more evident.
My film POWER STAR is not any real persons biopic,but it is the fictional story of what a film star went through in the following days after a crushing defeat in the elections ..Any resemblance to any living person is purely coincidental pic.twitter.com/mdQ7fMpFJl
— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) July 5, 2020
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