Sons and daughters of politicians taking forward the legacy is quite common in the fraternity. Andhra politics have also seen spouses into politics when the seats are reserved for women. However, the scenario is different with Nara Bhuvaneswari who maintained a safe distance from the active politics despite her father NTR and husband Chandrababu Naidu assuming power in state for years.
While the daughter of the actor-turned-politician was has been playing a crucial role in Heritage company and the chairperson of NTR Memorial Trust, she is not seen in any political or party meetings. However, her name hit to the news with YSRCP leaders using her name in assembly. Seems like the incident which rattled the political circles came as ray of hope to the opposition TDP party.
If sources are to be believed, she is likely to enter active politics soon. It is learned that she is all set to make a political debate on December 20 in a meeting organized to disperse over Rs 1 lakh to each of the affected families by the unprecedented floods in Tirupati. There is already a buzz that she is going to be one of the star campaigners for the party in the 2024 elections.