Ram Gopal Varma taken into police custody hours before the press meet of his new film 'Lakshmi's NTR'

Ram Gopal Varma taken into police custody hours before the press meet of his new film 'Lakshmi's NTR'

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Seems to be like Ram Gopal Varma's upcoming movie 'Lakshmi's NTR' has run into troubled waters earlier than its launch. Scheduled to launch on 1st Might in Andhra Pradesh, the movie's content material appears to have created a little bit of a stir within the state. On Monday, RGV was to deal with the press in Vijayawada to advertise the movie. However the director was actually turned again from the Hyderabad airport itself by the police.

As RGV landed on the Airport on Sunday, Andhra Pradesh police prevented him from getting into the town and the filmmaker was requested to return to Hyderabad. RGV took to Twitter to slam the police and tweeted," I'm In police custody now for the one crime of making an attempt to inform fact ..THERE IS NO DEMOCRACY IN ANDHRA PRADESH.

The filmmaker alleged that his Instagram and Fb had been blocked by which he had deliberate to do a stay boadcast. " "Sorry to tell that the press meet at four pm is cancelled as a result of the police stopped us and have barred my entry into Vijaywada and forcibly sending me again to hyderabad ..Hey @ncbn WHERE IS DEMOCRACY ? WHY IS TRUTH BEING BACK STABBED?" the director tweeted. 

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Earlier, the filmmaker had tweeted how lodges in Vijayawada have been being warned to not accommodate him and his staff. He shared about the identical on twitter saying, “Resorts in Vijaywada are being warned to not accommodate #LakshmisNTR group ..First Lodge Novotel has cancelled us and now Lodge Ilapuram .This after they've been paid prematurely ..The individuals in energy ought to perceive that one can misuse energy to delay,however nobody can cease fact.”

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Earlier, the Telugu Desam Celebration (TDP) had approached the Excessive Courtroom, looking for an order to remain Lakshmi's NTR’s launch on account of elections.

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