As the Telangana elections draw near, the political atmosphere is heating up with major parties vigorously striving to secure victory. Recently, Telangana’s IT Minister, K Taraka Ramarao, was seen visiting a renowned restaurant in the city, engaging with locals, a move aimed at showcasing accessibility and the minister’s friendly demeanor to voters.
Interestingly, director Vamshi Paidipally was also spotted in one of the pictures circulating online from this visit. Social media is abuzz with speculation that Paidipally might be involved in designing KTR’s campaign strategy. Some users suggest Paidipally’s association with the film “Maharshi,” starring Mahesh Babu, known for championing the cause of the underprivileged.
Notably, both Paidipally and KTR belong to the same community, fueling speculation that the director might be assisting in enhancing KTR’s public image, similar to his work on “Maharshi.” However, it’s crucial to note that verifying these claims remains challenging.
Critics, particularly from the Congress party, are raising allegations on social media platforms, citing the unexpected encounter at the eatery as a point of suspicion. Despite this, the restaurant visit seems an improbable setting for Paidipally to coincidentally cross paths with the Minister, prompting further conjecture about their potential collaboration.