SP Balasubrahmanyam clears the air about his sensational post to PM Narendra Modi

Renowned singer SP Bala Subramanyam recently hit headlines over his sensational post written to PM Modi. However, the singer's post didn't go down well with most people.
SP Balasubrahmanyam clears the air about his sensational post to PM Narendra ModiSP Balasubrahmanyam clears the air about his sensational post to PM Narendra Modi
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Renowned singer SP Bala Subramanyam recently hit headlines over his sensational post written to PM Modi. The legendary singer recently took to Facebook and shared how his phone was taken at the security check while the ‘stars’ were clicking photos with PM Narendra Modi. He wrote, “I am grateful to Ramoji Raoji, (Eenadu), because of whom I was able to attend a reception hosted by our Hon. Prime Minister at his home on the 29th of Oct. Upon entering the premises, we were asked to leave our cellphones with the security personnel and were given tokens for the same. But I was bewildered at the STARS taking selfies with the PM on that day. THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO HMMM?????” 

However, the singer's post didn't go well among many. SP Bala Subramanyam received negative comments as many thought that he spoke against Modi and other celebs. This created a controversy and therefore, the popular singer decided to speak about the same. Recently, SP Balasubrahmanyam cleared the air saying that he didn’t mean to complain against PM Modi or the other invitees. He only asked about why some were allowed to take the phone, why some were asked to keep the phones at the security check.

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The politician and popular actress Khushbu Sundar, earlier took to Twitter and expressed her disappointment on how Modi has neglected Southern film industry. In the series of Tweets, she wrote, "With al due respects to all those who met our H’ble PM @narendramodi ji last eve on behalf of Indian cinema, would like to remind @PMOIndia that Hindi films alone do not represent or contribute to the economy of this country. South Indian cinema is the largest contributor.. cont." 

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