Natasimham Nandamuri Balakrishna and senior director Ram Gopal Varma are said to be typically unique personalities in their professions. As we all know, entire Tollywood gets united to fight against coronavirus epidemic. Many celebs announced their contributions individually while many more donated money to CCC Manakosam launched by Megastar Chiranjeevi and other cine biggies.
Balakrishna has neither pledged donations to CM relief funds nor to CCC Manakosam. Since TDP faced a debacle in the general elections of both the Telugu states, Balakrishna might have decided not to donate money to CMRFs. On the other hand, professional jealousy might have been the reason for not pledging donation to CCC Manakosam as the trust is headed by Chiranjeevi.
It is a common practice some celebs wish to get their names concealed in donating funds. They are of the strong belief that disclosing their charities to the public would not make them blessed by the God. Perhaps, Balayya might have come under this category of celebs. Even then, this notion is wrong. If eminent personalities turn good samaritans, their followers also prefer the same path.
Well, RGV has got a peculiar mindset developed since his childhood. He sees bad in even good deeds of others. For an instance, a song was composed by music director Koti which was enacted by Chiranjeevi, King Nagarjuna, Supreme Hero Sai Tej and Mega Prince Varun Tej. And it conveys the message to stay isolated to prevent spreading of coronavirus. Admit that it's a poor composition. However, it's not a song from any film to criticize. But then, RGV proved his 'KUSAMSKARAM' with a tweet that meant the heroes enacted in it are fools. Needless to say, RGV hasn't announced his donations individually or to CCC Manakosam.