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Prabhas's fan dies while erecting a banner
Whenever a star hero's film releases, the ones who will be very much excited for it will be his fans. To be honest, fans down South India consider their matinee idols as demi-gods and whenever a new film releases, they start the festivities a week before the release.
Whenever a star hero's film releases, the ones who will be very much excited for it will be his fans. To be honest, fans down South India consider their matinee idols as demi-gods and whenever a new film releases, they start the festivities a week before the release. They place banners, cut-out, do 'pala abhishekham' and whatnot.
By what is not acceptable is that they do risky stunts while tyning these banners and doing this abhishekham, which is very dangerous. In an unfortunate incident happened yesterday, a person named Venkatesh Nayak lost his life due to electrocution. 22-year-old Nayak is a die-hard fan of Prabhas and is a resident of Mahabubnagar city.
On the occasion of Saaho's release, Nayak was erecting a banner in the local Tirumala Theater. Unfortunately, he got electrocuted by the pole which was nearby and soon, he collapsed on to the ground. He was moved to the hospital immediately but it was too late. May his soul rest in peace and hopefully, fans avoid doing these risky moves in the name of love towards their favourite hero.