Pawan Kalyan is the Tollywood star hero and the Mega brother, he turned into a Politician and was the founder of Janasena Party. The motto of this party is stated that it will work for the people. The Power Star of Tollywood is now clear that he would be contesting the Andhra Pradesh assembly elections in 2019 on his own party Janasena. Pawan Kalyan already stated himself that he will juggle with both the films and the politics by showing many other examples of the businessman-politicians.
As he is participating in the coming elections, he can be seen very active for the past few months. From the past few months he is building up his Janasena Political Party with various programme and social activities like the public meetings in all over Andhra Pradesh. He has the plans of holding other public meetings in the December month too.
Andhra Jyothi Survey
Apparently, Andhra Jyothi the leading news paper in Telugu carried a survey on the prospects of all the parties in Andhra Pradesh if the polls are conducting today. This survey resulted no impact of Pawan’s Janasena party in the elections, and it said that there will be only 3.5% share of votes for Janasena party. In other words it means that there will be no competition for the other parties from the Janasena party.
It’s already two days that the survey had published in the news paper, till now Power star didn’t reacted about this issue and he didn’t said a single word about it, as he is busy in shooting for his upcoming movie ‘Katamarayuda’, he neither tweeted about it. But, the sources say that he laughed off about the survey by terming that it is the poltical game of Chandrababu and the media baron. It is also known that both the Andhra Jyothi and the TDP are playing the similar card game that he played earlier with Mega star Chiranjeevi’s Praja Rajyam.
Pawan Kalyan told the whole team of Jana Sena that .”I don’t fall for their cheap tricks. This is oldest trick in dirty game of politics – belittling the opponent’s strength and weakening his morale. I am aware of what is going on now.”