Mem Famous is a small film which is all set to be released tomorrow, has gained the attention of the audience through its innovative promotions. Chai Bisket films along with Lahari Films who earlier backed Writer Padmabhushan this year, have bankrolled this project. Ani Aegurla, Mourya Chowdary, and Siri Raasi played other key roles in this flick which is all set to be released on 26th May.
However, the makers of the film, Mem Famous have faced an unexpected backlash from Mahesh Babu fans on social media today. Earlier today, Mahesh shared his praise for the movie on Twitter and termed the film as ‘brilliant’ and that he was blown away by the film. The producers were delighted with Mahesh’s encouragement and asked the Superstar to keep extending his support. Mahesh graciously accepted this suggestion and said that GMB Entertainment will be happy to back this young, talented bunch for their next project.
This had not gone well with the fans of Mahesh, and they trolled and scolded in the replies of Mem Famous Producer’s handle. It appeared they did not want their favorite hero to be associated with such a small film’s unit. In the latest promotional event of the movie, the producer elaborated on the same thing, and he advised the fans of Mahesh that they should practice positivity and leave negativity.
He added that nowadays, people are typing anything on social media platforms, which is not good. Sharath Chandra, the producer of Mem Famous, said that he actually felt happy with Mahesh praising their film and out of happiness and excitement, he asked Mahesh Babu to produce a film with them. But he said he did not understand why Mahesh fans scolded him in the replies.
In the Telugu Film Industry, fans showering unmatchable love on their favorite heroes and showing their fanism by doing a big hungama at the theaters is very well known. Occasionally this fanism takes the form of an ugly shape which leads to fan wars between two hero’s fans. Especially, after the evolution of social media, abusing the other artists, directors or producers has become an unfortunate norm.