Prominent leaders of the YSR Congress have already stated that “Nenu Vinnanu, Nenu Vunnanu” is the dialogue of YS Jagan from his Padayaatra times and they are busy saying that the dialogue created so much impact that even Superstar Mahesh Babu used it in a film. That’s one side of the story. Here’s the other one.
Actually, the dialogue “Nenu Vinnanu, Nenu Vunnanu” belongs to former and late United AP’s Chief Minister YS Rajasekhar Reddy, who died in a helicopter crash after winning the mandate for the second time. That was elevated to the next level in YSR’s biopic “Yaatra” which has Mammootty playing the lead role. And then, with Mahesh Babu using that for a romantic track to woo his lady love actually looks like a mockery or a soft satire in the least.
Before anyone calls that a satire on Jagan or makes a controversy out of it, looks like YSR Congress folks have jumped into the scene to call it the impact of “YS Jagan” on movies. No doubt, all these things are debatable, but the usage of YSR (and Jagan may be) dialogue in the movie and showcasing it in the trailer has helped SVP get more push in Telugu circles.
Also if there is any criticism that Mahesh put a satire on Jagan, some of the hardcore YS Jagan’s fans are saying that these cries belong to those caste-based fans of Mahesh who actually belong to Telugudesam party and can’t digest their favorite hero mouthing a dialogue belonging to main opponent Jagan.