Pawan Kalyan and Balakrishna may soon be pitted against each other; not at the box-office though, but in real life. PK, who is back in Hyderabad after a short tour to Europe, recently held a press conference and announced his future political plans. The actor said that he would contest in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, even expressing that he wanted to contest from Anantapur district.
Interestingly, actor-turned-politician Nandamuri Balakrishna hails from Hindupur constituency, which is also in the same district. No doubt this announcement is going to be a big topic in the industry in the coming days. Meanwhile, Pawan Kalyan also clarified that his brother Chiranjeevi won’t join his party as both are representing their respective parties in the coming elections.
The actor shot a couple of songs for his upcoming film Katamarayudu during his Europe trip. With this, he has completed work on the film, which is set to release on March 24. Now, before joining the shoot of his next with director Trivikram Srinivas, the actor is busy building his political party and making plans for the coming elections.