Mega Star Chiranjeevi after attaining immense reputation in films, entered politics and tried to recreate the same magic. However he turned out to be a disaster but still made his own mark in politics by becoming a Union Minister for Tourism after merging his party Praja Rajyam with the Congress. After the crushing defeat of Congress led UPA in 2014 and the subsequent completion of his tenure in Rajya Sabha, he put a full stop to politics.
Chiru silently returned back to films and after making a powerful comeback and reaching his milestone 150th in style with Khaidi No 150, he started concentrating by getting ready for his next with Sye Raa and also lining up another crazy project with Koratala Siva.
In between rumours spread that Chiranjeevi may support his brother Power Star Pawan Kalyan's Janasena. However he not only remained silent but to avoid undue pressures of political campaigning from various quarters during the elections, he flew out of the country.
Now inside talk is Chiranjeevi is expanding his horizons and is moving away from politics. Sources reveal that Mega family is all set to start Chiranjeevi International School and this was revealed by CEO J Srinivasa Rao. Chiranjeevi will be the honorable founding member, his son Ram Charan will be the honorable president, Naga Babu will be the honourable Chairman and All India Chiranjeevi Youth Preisdent Ravanam Swami Naidu will be the honourable convener.
The first Chiranjeevi International School with all facilities will be started at Peddapadu road in the outskirts of Srikakulam. The school will have all modern facilities and well equipped with AC campuses. The school will have IGSCSE, CBSE syllabus in Nursery -5th grade.
The management will concentrate on communication skills, English grammar, Parent-teacher personal interaction and the school has CCTV monitoring, AC class rooms, audio visual labs, computer labs etc and will have experienced and renowned faculties. He also revealed that Mega Star Chiranjeevi's fans children will have concession in fees. The school classes will start in the first week of June.