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Pawan Kalyan bows down, touches brother Chiranjeevi's feet celebrating his political victory
Pawan Kalyan
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Pawan Kalyan bows down, touches brother Chiranjeevi's feet celebrating his political victory

| @indiablooms | 07 Jun 2024, 03:47 pm

Vijayawada/IBNS: Actor-politician Pawan Kalyan has stunned with his 100 percent strike rate win in Andhra Pradesh where he bagged all 21 assembly and 2 Lok Sabha seats where his party had contested.

In a video which went viral on social media, Pawan, who heads Jana Sena Party, was seen celebrating his victory with actor Ram Charan.

He then went on to bow down and touch the feet of his elder brother, superstar Chiranjeevi.

The Jana Sena chief also cut a big cake with Chiranjeevi and other family members by his side.

Creating ripples in the Andhra politics, Pawan won as the MLA from Pithapuram constituency by a margin of over 70,000 votes.

Prime Minister-elect Narendra Modi too heaped praises on Pawan on Friday saying, "Pawan is not Pawan. He is a storm."

Pawan's party was in an alliance with Modi's BJP and N Chandrababu Naidu's TDP.

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