Telugu superstar Nagarjuna Akkineni may soon take a plunge into active politics in AndhraPradesh. At the inauguration of a jewellery showroom in temple-town of Tirupati today, the actor expressed his desire to join politics, close on the heels of another popular star Nandamuri Balakrishna announcing his decision to contest the 2014 elections on behalf of the Telugu Desam Party.
"I am a keen observer of politics and feel like taking the plunge...but don't know if I will fit the bill," Nagarjuna, known to be a reserved person, said in reply to a question at the showroom inauguration.
Son of legendary Telugu film hero and Dadasaheb Phalke awardee Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Nagarjuna endorsed some of the welfare schemes launched by the then Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy.He, however, did not campaign for the Congress though efforts were made to rope him in.
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