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Updated: March 3, 2014 01:14 IST

No plan to join politics, says Pawan Kalyan

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Actor Pawan Kalyan
The Hindu Actor Pawan Kalyan

Film actor Pawan Kalyan on Sunday sought to dispel varying versions appearing in a section of the media about his moves on the political front, by simply saying that he himself would announce any such plans, in the second week of March.

In recent times, there have been different reports in the print and electronic media about what his political moves would be. Interestingly, a statement was sent out from Mr. Kalyan’s office, speaking on his behalf.

“There are no differences between Pawan Kalyan and his brother, the actor-turned-politician, Union Minister for Tourism, K. Chiranjeevi,” it said.

The release added that currently he was busy with pre-production work on ‘Gabbar Singh 2’, the sequel to the runaway success that ‘Gabbar Singh’ was in the year 2012. Also, he was busy with story discussions pertaining to the multi-starrer that was announced earlier, in which he would star with Venkatesh, a Telugu re-make of ‘Oh, My God!’.

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