Telugu film industry should be shifted to Andhra Pradesh – Jagapathi Babu
- Jagapathi Babu seen walking down the pavements in Andhra Pradesh
- He is seen attired in traditional dhoti and kurta with dark glasses and walking down the streets of Vizag and Vijayawada
- The reason for his walk is revealed on Monday after he spoke to the media
Veteran and versatile actor of Tollywood Jagapathi Babu has taken a new way of expressing his request, by walking on the roads of Vizag and Vijayawada in the traditional attire of dhoti and kurta. The reason for his walkathon is to encourage people to watch low budget films and to stop piracy.
Jagapathi Babu completed 30 years in the industry and said to have started his charity walk from Visakhapatnam to promote small budget films and also expressed his desire for the Film Industry to shift to AP.
He took Vijayawada by surprise on Monday when he visited the busy market place of Kaleswara Rao. From there he proceeded to Samarangam Chowk, the business area and headed towards One Town Police Station from where he left the place.
Before leaving, he spoke to the media and expressed his views about low-budget films, piracy and shifting of TFL to AP.
Jagapathi Babu has started his career as a hero, and then went to win the crowd as an antagonist and a character artist. He has huge following among the women and his films are well like as they are mostly family-oriented.
He is presently working in a key role in Ram Charan’s Rangasthalam 1985 and a few other upcoming films.