The top star rivalry in Tollywood had its place always in the industry. We all know the sort of rivalry that is present between Mohan Babu and Chiranjeevi.
We really would not have known it to be true till when they made it very obvious during the Telugu industry Vajrotsavalu celebrations.
From that moment on, it was an obvious rivalry in the industry between the two.
We have seen Mohan Babu attending Cherry's marriage with his family recently but things seems to have gone weird after that.
In the recent Cinimaa Awardrs held by a TV channel, Dr. K Raghavendra Rao was being felicitated for Life time achievement and so Mohan Babu had been invited to felicitate along with Chiranjeevi and Nagarjuna.
Mohan Babu was not present for the final felicitation. When asked the sources why is it so, the source confirmed that Mohan Babu left the ceremony as he was not treated properly by the event managers.
But the event organizers say nothing like that has happened and Mohan Babu left due to some urgent personal work.
The biggest mistake which ignited the fire was that Except Allu Aravind, Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna and ANR everyone was asked to step down the stage to witness the felicitation to Raghavendra Rao. Was it because the Chiru family has a share in that TV channel?
Well, this is called hitting on the wrong note. One has to be careful in handling celebs.
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