Anasuya hit Vijay Deverakonda again for what seemed to be no reason. She insulted the actor in a tweet that made a reference to the fact that Vijay had put “The” before his name on posters for Kushi.
“Ippude okati chusanu.. ” The” na?? Babooooiii!!! “Paityam.. enchestam.. antakunda chuskundam” is what she wrote on Twitter. Just a few minutes later, she posted another comment on her blog that said, “Bhale respond autunnarra donga..oops.. bangarukondalanta.. ekkado akkada nenu nijam anedi prove chestune unnanduku thankyou ra abbailu.”
Anasuya has attacked Vijay before for no clear reason, so this isn’t the first time she’s done this. Given the situation, Anasuya gets upset when the word “The” is used before Vijay Deverakonda’s name. India as a whole is mostly run by men, and the film business is no different. This is true for everyone. Tickets are only sold under the given names of the performers. Celebrity names start with a word that means “bigger than life.”
How many films with women as the main characters have done well in the last few decades? Several of them were made by Anasuya herself. What happened to those films, though? If someone is offended by Vijay’s use of “The,” how can the names of other great heroes like Megastar, Superstar, Powerstar, Lions, or Tigers be explained? Whether this is a good or bad thing, Tollywood is a male-dominated culture, and the male stars are lucky to have big-time images in their everyday lives as well. Even if you don’t agree with it, that’s how business is done in that area.