Vijay Deverakonda is 10 times better than PAWAN KALYAN, says Ram Gopal Varma talking about Arjun Reddy

RGV took to his Facebook page and posted a long message about Arjun Reddy, director Sandeep Vanga and lead actor Vijay Deverakonda.

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We all have witnessed the madness of Ram Gopal Varma and realise the kind of comments one can expect from the filmmaker when we are talking about a film that becomes a blockbuster. Ram Gopal Varma has taken on many popular celebs in the past and has been vocal enough to shake few fan groups who in return attempted to disrupt him, which least affected him. The ace filmmaker has now voiced out his opinion about Vijay Deverakonda’s latest release, Arjun Reddy, which has been talk of the town since its release.

RGV took to his Facebook page and posted a long message about Arjun Reddy, director Sandeep Vanga and lead actor Vijay Deverakonda giving his review about the film. “The audience should thank Vijay and Sandeep for making them realise that such high quality films like AR can be actually made and they don’t need to settle for sub standard cliched and disgustingly formulaic films,” wrote Ram Gopal Varma.

Varma also made a bold statement while talking Vijay Deverakonda and his performance in Arjun Reddy. “To talk about VIJAY DEVERAKONDA in comparison in one line,he in both looks and star charisma is 10 times better than PAWAN KALYAN and he is 20 times better in performance than PAWAN KALYAN. Considering the extraordinary realism in his performance I think VIJAY DEVERAKONDA should be given the title REAL POWER STAR,” wrote RGV in his message which might ruffle a few feathers of PK fans.

Ramu also appreciated director Sandeep Vanga and said the audience should be thankful to him. “All aspiring film makers should thank Sandeep for giving them a new direction to their directorial aspirations. To talk about Sandeep Reddy in one line in comparison to all established directors he respects the audiences intelligence whereas established directors imagine the audience to be fools,” RGV wrote.

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