Ram Gopal Varma trolled back mercilessly over his comment on Allu Arjun's elder brother Bobby

Ram Gopal Varma has sparked several controversies in the past but nothing stops him from making sensational tweets and here’s another one. This time on Allu Arjun and family.
Ram Gopal Varma trolled back mercilessly over his comment on Allu Arjun's elder brother BobbyRam Gopal Varma trolled back mercilessly over his comment on Allu Arjun's elder brother Bobby
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Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma is known for his crappy and demeaning tweets. The director leaves no stone unturned to keep himself in the limelight over his controversial statements or tweets. RGV has sparked several controversies but nothing stops him from making controversial tweets and here’s another one. Ram Gopal Varma made a sensational comment on stylish star Allu Arjun's elder brother Allu Bobby aka Venkatesh. He took a sly dig at Allu family and over their looks. He tweeted that Bobby looked more of a man than any other actor in the Mega family.

Ram Gopal Varma took to Twitter to take a dig at Allu family and his 3:00 AM tweet is grabbing a lot of attention for all the wrong reasons. He tweeted, "Just happened to see Allu Bobby and I am shocked why he's not on the screen because I frankly think he looked more of a man than any other man in the whole of the mega stylish power family .. Why??? ." This comment has not gone well among Allu Arjun fans who left no stone unturned to remind RGV about his looks.

One of the twitter users trolled RGV saying, “Just happened to think about RGV and I am shocked why he’s not on the screen because I frankly think he looked more of a badass than any other man in the whole of the RGV Hindi_Telugu Movies  ..Why???”

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Also Read: Three cinema theatres seized in Andhra Pradesh for screening Ram Gopal Varma's Lakshmi's NTR

Meanwhile, RGV's Telugu movie "Lakshmi's NTR" has hit the headlines over its stay in the release due to elections. The authorities in Andhra Pradesh's Kadapa district on Friday seized three cinema halls which screened the Telugu movie "Lakshmi's NTR" in violation of the orders of the Election Commission of India. Though the election authorities did not give permission to screen the film, the management of the three theatres ignored the orders and exhibited the movie in the morning show, reports IANS.

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