Of late, Telugu films are being embroiled with unnecessary controversies. These controversies are erupted owing to some people turned greedy and desperately sought money or fame.
Lately, a group of people, who claimed themselves as the descendants of Uyyalawada Narasimhareddy, demanded Rs.50 crores from Sye Raa Narasimhareddy film team. They resorted to fake allegations on film's team and their demands were broadcast by a caste biased and jealous Telugu news channel. Of course, that group got bitter experience as they didn't receive a single paisa from film's team. Moreover, it was felt by observers that those descendants tried to defame the greatness of the great freedom fighter.
Valmiki's title was also changed as Gaddalakonda Ganesh due to a useless protest of some people.
And now, its the turn of Rrr film to get indulged into a controversy. A person, who introduced himself as Alluri Yuvajana Sangham's president made silly allegations on Rrr. He said Alluri was born at Pandranki, Visakhapatnam district in 1897 and was dead at Rajendra Palem of Koyyuru district on May 7, 1924. He also said Komuram Bheem was born in 1901 and was dead in 1941. He said the friendship between Alluri and Komuram Bheem was seen nowhere in the history. He alleged that the film was being twisted by the film's team. He gave a memorandum to Narsipatnam RDO.
But then, high court recently gave its verdict in Sye Raa controversy which said such historical films could be inducted with some cinematic liberties. As such, aforesaid person's allegations would be scrapped by the courts. Meanwhile, some observers feet that some people wish to get easy money or fame letting some films thrown into controversies with unfair allegations.