Shocking: Fan Cuts His Hand In Front Of Pawan's Poster!
sometimes fans go over the board and raise serious questions on if such behavior is requiredBy: Tupaki Desk | 1 Aug 2023 7:43 AM GMT
Actors enjoy a massive fan following among fans. Movie releases of the matinee idols are like a festival for their fans. They break into celebrations and decorate the theatres. We can see big posters and cutouts during the film release. The cutouts are garlanded as part of the celebration.
However, sometimes fans go over the board and raise serious questions on if such behavior is required. Giving another example, a fan cut his hand in front of Pawan Kalyan's poster. The fan said that he is ready to give anything to his matinee idol.
Going into details, this happened in Madanapalle. In a video that is now doing rounds on social media, we can see a fan shouting in front of Pawan Kalyan's Bro poster. When asked about movie talk, the fan said Bro is a hit film and cut his hand with a blade.
When asked what he would get by cutting his hand, he said that he loves Pawan Kalyan and he is ready to do anything for him. The video did not go well with many as they ask what is the need to do such things. Many say that this is nothing but peaks of madness.
The fan did not stop cutting his hand even after the reporter said that he cannot put this in the video. Out of excitement, he put a tilak on the poster of his matinee idol.
This is not the first time we saw such incidents. Earlier it was reported that fans of a star hero sacrificed goats on his birthday. A case was also filed against the fans. In another shocking incident, a fan cut his hand with a beer bottle and smeared blood on the poster of the film. Now another incident was reported.
Talking about Bro, it was released last week amid good buzz. The film stars Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej. The Pawan Kalyan starrer is having a decent performance at the box office. The fantasy film is an official remake of the Tamil hit movie Vinodhaya Sitham. Samuthirakani who helmed the original also directed the remake.