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Nagababu and Raghavendra rao fire on director Tammareddy for his comments on RRR Oscars

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Mega brother Nagababu is famous for speaking out against people who make offensive statements against his family. It is very well known to everyone that the senior director, producer, and actor Tammareddy Bharadwaj made shocking comments on RRR movie’s Oscar promotions.

Tammareddy Bharadwaj said that Rajamouli’s RRR budget is 600 Crores. And they have spent another 80 crores on the Oscars campaign. He said they could make 8 or 10 movies out of the same 80 crores.

Nagababu took to his Twitter account today and posted a counter tweet to the allegations made by Tammareddy’s allegations. “To whomever it may concern, Neeyamma Mogudu Kharchu Pettadara 80 crores RRR Ki Oscar Kosam? RRR Meeda Commentku YCP Vaari Bhaashalo Samadhanam.”(Did your mother’s father spend 80 crores on RRR’s Oscar campaign? Just trying to reply in YCP members’ language.)

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Naga babu’s tweet was appreciated by Mega fans and even other netizens on social media have also liked Nagababu’s solid retort to Tammareddy Bharadwaj and many have felt that it is people like him are spoiling the name of the Telugu Film Industry who cannot accept the success of RRR.

Not only Nagababu, senior director K Raghavendra Rao also reacted to Tammareddy’s comments. He said that we should be proud because our Telugu film, literature, director, and actors are getting recognition at the international level.

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