Amaravati, Apr 01: In 2009, producer Allu Aravind, brother-in-law of Megastar Chiranjeevi, contested from Anakapalli Loksabha constituency on Praja Rajyam party ticket. At that time, Allu Aravind used to say that their party Praja Rajyam would win 292 seats out of 294.
He stood at third place in Anakapalli while Congress party's Sabbam Hari won the seat. Praja Rajyam party secured only 18 seats in entire Andhra Pradesh.
Now Andhra Pradesh is divided into two states. The new state of AP has 175 assembly seats and 25 parliament seats.
Pawan Kalyan's brother Naga Babu is now playing the role of Allu Aravind in Jana Sena. Naga Babu is contesting from Narasapuram Loksabha constituency in this polls. The actor turned politician recently said that his party would win 200 assembly seats in Andhra Pradesh.
Andhra Pradesh assembly has only 175 seats but Naga Babu claims his party would win 200.
Netizens are trolling him on social media. He has become another Allu Aravind, they say. They also say that Naga Babu would also get the same result that Allu Aravind got in 2009.