Telangana CM KCR and actor Prakash Raj though hail from different fields, both have one thing in common. Both of them are strong headed people when it comes to making things work and their hatred towards the Modi government.
KCR, who is on a mission to form a ‘Third Front’ to find another alternative apart from BJP, and Congress in the national politics, even met the West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee and Deve Gowda in Karnataka.
As Prakash Raj belongs to Karnataka, KCR had used the services of him to plan a strategy for its move in Karnataka. Though KCR will get a Red carpet welcome in Bengaluru by Deve Gowda, it’s Prakash Raj’s anti-Modi slogans that attracted KCR. With KCR and Prakash Raj teaming up, people started throwing satires saying if any competition is held to scold Modi one among them will stand first and other will come second.
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