“Movie Stars Come And Go”: DK Shivakumar On Kichcha Sudeep’s BJP Help

Congress chief DK Shivakumar stated movies and politics are various things. (File)

Bengaluru, Karnataka:

Reacting to Kichcha Sudeep extending help to Bharatiya Janata Social gathering within the upcoming Karnataka Meeting polls, Congress state president DK Shivakumar on Thursday stated that movies and politics are two various things.

Speaking to mediapersons, Mr Shivakumar stated, “I do not assume there will probably be any influence on elections. So many movie stars come and go. Politics is completely different from movies”.

Kichcha Sudeep stated on Wednesday introduced he’ll neither be becoming a member of BJP, nor contesting the elections, however will help Chief Minister Basavraj Bommai within the elections.

Mr Sudeep additionally stated that he shares a private bond with Mr Bommai.

Addressing a press convention, “I had no necessity to return right here, and I’ve not come right here for any platform or cash. I’ve come right here just for an individual. I’ve excessive regard for CM Mama (Bommai). That is why I’m asserting that I’m giving my full help to Bommai sir”.

“I’m absolutely standing in help of Bommai sir. However, I cannot contest elections, and I’m not getting into politics. I’ve movies to finish, my followers could be comfortable,” he added.

Reacting to this, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai stated that the marketing campaign by the Kannada famous person will give a number of power to the saffron celebration.

“Kichcha Sudeep is a well-known famous person and can marketing campaign for us, we are going to put together a blueprint for his marketing campaign quickly. He’s a really large star, his recognition could be very excessive and I strongly imagine that his campaigning will give a number of power to the BJP,” CM Bommai advised ANI.

Karnataka will go to Meeting polls on Could 10 and the votes will probably be counted on Could 13.

Within the 2018 Meeting elections, BJP gained 104 seats and emerged as the one largest celebration, whereas the Congress and JD(S) bagged 78 and 37 seats, respectively.

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