If the buzz emerging from Mega Camp is to be believed, Megastar Chiranjeevi will very soon retire from Politics to resume his paused career in the film industry. Chiranjeevi quit films in 2008 by floating Praja Rajyam Party to bring in a blanket change in Politics. But to the much disappointment of people and his followers, he did routine kinds of politics by encouraging defections from other parties.
The actor-turned-politician, who had floated Praja Rajyam Party ahead of 2009 elections – drawing inspiration from the legendary N T Rama Rao’s illustrious political career – merged his party with the Congress after failing miserably at the hustings. Another associate of the actor was more forthcoming, “He regrets entering politics and believes that it has tarnished his larger than life image as a matinee idol.”
Chiranjeevi had disappeared from the political sphere recently. He is not even attending the current budget session of Parliament. Mega Brother Naga Babu had a meeting with fans yesterday in Hyderabad and reportedly gave indications of the retirement in the meeting. On the other side, efforts are on to take Chiranjeevi’s 150th film on to the sets very soon.