Balayya Babu has no attitude:Mohan Babu

Thu Oct 14 2021 15:55:26 GMT+0530 (IST)

Days after Manchu Vishnu won the Movie Artists Association (MAA) elections and took charge as the chief of the MAA, his father Manchu Mohan Babu paid a visit to Natasimham Nandamuri Balakrishna at his residence on Thursday.



After the meeting, Mohan Babu spoke to the media to share his opinion on meeting the Nandamuri scion. Recalling his association with Balakrishna, Mohan Babu said the actor is a great human being and knows good manners. He spoke highly about Balayya Babu.

Thanking Nandamuri Balakrishna for supporting Manchu Vishnu in the election row, Mohan Babu said the hero has a big heart and supported Vishnu. Though I had campaigned against Lokesh, his son-in-law, Balakrishna supported my son without keeping that in his mind.

Balakrishna has no attitude and he is well mannered. I and Vishnu are grateful to Balakrishna for his support, keeping the political differences aside. When I asked him to support Vishnu in the MAA election issue, he said yes without any hesitation. He is a great person, Mohan Babu said.

Before the elections, Manchu Vishnu met biggies like Superstar Krishna and Rebel Star Krishnam Raju and senior hero Nandamuri Balakrishna to seek their support. Sharing pictures with them, Vishnu said, they agreed to support him.

The tactics and wise moves of Manchu Vishnu had worked very well for him and his panel. He tasted big success in the recently concluded Movie Artists Association (MAA) elections. Manchu Vishnu ran the elections against the Prakash Raj panel.

Manchu Vishnu took charge as the MAA President from the outgoing President Naresh recently. However, the oath-taking ceremony of his panel was held and will be held on the 16th of this month, Vishnu said, he will meet the bigwigs and invite them for the oath-taking ceremony.

As a response to the mass resignations from the Prakash Raj panel, Manchu Vishnu said, he doesn’t want the members of the opponent panel to resign from their posts. We want positivity in the association and not negativity. We are hoping that the other panel members will join hands with them in working for the betterment of the MAA association.