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Flirting promotion – new trend in Tollywood

Flirting promotion – new trend in Tollywood

Tollywood is the film industry which is moving with Bollywood equally in case of growth. Several star heroes and the heroines are setting new trends taking these industries to the top positions. Few celebrities like Poonam Pandey and Sherlyn Chopra are setting new trend with respect to glamour while star heroes like Hritik and Amir are establishing their own records with respect to collections.

In Tollywood, Rajamouli established a new trend introducing 100 Crores budgeted flick. No need to say about Pawan and Mahesh as they are the top trend setter in entire South. Apart from these celebrities, Navdeep and Sneha Ullal introduced a new trend named ‘Flirting promotion’.

On the occasion of Sneha Ullal, Navdeep wished the beauty saying, “Antha Nee Mayalone Darling”. Senha Ullal too replied saying, “Antha Nee Mayalo Kuda”. Spectators initially got shocked seeing these flirting comments on twitter.
Later on, they realized that these actors are acting in the film “Antha Nee Mayalone” and hence they kept that tag in the discussions. People who don’t know that there is a film with this title too came to know about this aspect through this aspect. Great promotional trend!

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