I've no intention of joining politics: Ali
Rajahmundry: 'I have no intention of joining politics,' noted actor Ali made it clear on Sunday. He...
Rajahmundry: "I have no intention of joining politics," noted actor Ali made it clear on Sunday. He discounted the news in a section of the media that he would be joining politics. Ali was felicitated in Rajahmundry of East Godavari district on getting honorary Doctorate from the Academy of Universal Global Peace, Coimbatore, recently. Addressing the media, Ali said he was happy on receiving a Doctorate for rendering humanitarian services from an organisation affiliated to the United Nations. He thanked everyone who had supported him during his hardships. About his new projects, he said he was acting in a film 'Alibaba Okkade Donga' as hero and he was also acting in Pawan Kalyan's upcoming flick. He said 'Seethakoka Chiluka' and 'Yamaleela' were the best films in his career. He said he wanted to act as a villain in movies in other languages. Noted actor and lyricist Thanikella Bharani termed Ali a 'complete man'. He reminded that Ali was an actor senior than himself and Brahmanandam. He said Ali knows about poverty and about the problems of the people. He called him 'Ajatha Shathruvu'. 'Damarukam' director Srinivasa Reddy said Ali was a comedian on the screen and hero behind the screen. He said Ali was known for his helping nature and had helped many people in the film industry. He recounted that Ali took 50 per cent less than his actual remuneration in his first movie. Actors Goutham Raj and Geetha Singh were present.
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