MAA Elections: Kota Srinivas Rao Fires On Prakash Raj

Fri Oct 08 2021 16:47:58 GMT+0530 (IST)

The MAA elections are set to be held in a couple of days from now - 10th October and the high drama surrounding the same has reached an all-time high. Prakash Raj and Manchu Vishnu are openly engaging in heated verbal exchanges Now, many Tollywood celebrities are taking sides in the MAA elections, and here is one such instance. Incidentally, Kota Srinivasa Rao has now picked his side in the view of MAA elections. He has openly asked the voters to pick Manchu Vishnu over Prakash Raj in the MAA elections.



"I have worked with Prakash Raj on more than more occasion and he is the least professional individual I have ever seen. He never comes to the sets on time. This lack of professionalism could well be one of his traits and that is highly unacceptable. So, as for MAA elections, I would suggest everyone to pick Vishnu over Prakash Raj. I feel Vishnu is a better candidate for the MAA elections. He would make for a better MAA president than Prakash Raj," Kota said. The fact that Kota is clearly picking Vishnu over Prakash Raj is turning many heads now. Not many expected a senior actor like Kota Srinivasa Rao to take sides in regard to the MAA elections.

Needless to say, Kota's comments will draw a vigorous response from Prakash Raj's panel, as one would expect. However, neither Prakash Raj nor his panel members have reacted to Kota's comments till now. With just a couple of days left for the MAA elections, it would be really interesting to see if Prakash Raj will actually make time to react to Kota's allegations now.

Speaking of MAA elections, the other day, Vishnu, in a sarcastic tone said "I have paid Mahesh Babu Rs 75,000 in exchange for his vote to me in the MAA elections. I paid him through Google Pay. But I have come to know that Mahesh is in a foreign location now and he can't vote for me. So, I have to ask him to return the money I paid him," Vishnu said. Vishnu's comments were in the context of Prakash Raj's recent allegations that he was paying Rs 10,000 to every MAA member, asking them to vote for him.