Telugu Bigg Boss 2 contestants Kaushal Manda, Geetha Madhuri among others are grabbing the headlines for all the good reasons. Contestants of the popular Telugu reality show season-2 have become more popular than the host of the show, actor Nani. We have often seen spotted Kaushal inaugurating malls and going on success tours in Andhra Pradesh post his win in recent times. Latest we hear is that Kaushal is all set to join the political campaign for Power star Pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena Party. In one of his interviews, he is believed to have said that he is a hardcore fan of the power star and that he loves ideologies of Pawan. Naturally, if invited, Kaushal may not hesitate once to campaign for the Jana Sena chief. It is a known fact that Pawan Kalyan enjoys a massive fan following across the world.
Other contestants too have jumped on to the bandwagon. Would you believe us If we told you that another contestant too is showing an inclination towards politics? The contestant we are talking about is none other than Tollywood Rapper Roll Rida. He has become a household name with his performance in the reality show. Roll Rida was about to reach the top five bigg boss grand finals. But he was evicted in the last week of Bigg Boss which means he too has a huge fan following to support him.
Rumours are flying thick and fast that Roll Rida is likely to kickstart Political campaign for TRS Party. It is being speculated that IT Minister Kalvakuntla Taraka Rama Rao has zeroed in on Roll Rida to campaign for his party. Telangana elections are around the corner. Any kind of publicity will surely be helpful for political leaders as well as to strike a chord with the public. Roll Rida is a Tollywood rapper. It may be recalled that on Raksha Bandhan, Roll Rida had released Arupu song which was dedicated to all the girls and became a rage among music lovers. Not only that, Roll Rida has also created a special song on KTR and his developmental activities which has gone viral on social media network. Looks like Roll Rida craze could give parties a boost this elections.