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NTR didn’t speak a word about Vijay Deverakonda or Family Star

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Tollywood Actor, Jr. NTR graced the success meet of Tillu Square held in Hyderabad. The film starring Siddhu Jonnalagadda and Anupama Parameswaran became a sensational hit grossing more than 100 crores worldwide already. NTR along with other celebrities attended the Success meet held by the team. NTR while speaking at the event, spoke about many things except Vijay Deverakonda and Family Star.

NTR praised the film’s lead actor Siddhu Jonnalagadda and Tillu Square as well. But Family Star which released on April 5th is still running in the theatres. But NTR chose not to speak about it or its lead actor Vijay Deverakonda. NTR completely took the side of Tillu Square which shocked all. What was more shocking was he endorsed both Siddhu Jonnalagadda and Vishwak Sen but didn’t even utter the name, Vijay Deverakonda. He felt that these two were upcoming sensations. NTR could have also referred to Vijay Deverakonda while praising them. But he didn’t which is very shocking. No one knows if he forgot his name or didn’t want to bring his name.

Producer Dil Raju is also a close friend of NTR. He happens to be the producer of Family Star. But NTR attending Tillu Square’s success meet and endorsing it while Family Star is still running in the theatres is shocking. He could have refrained from attending this event as it sends a wrong message. Well, it’s how things work in the Film Industry. Need to see how they respond to this.

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