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Assembly over, it's time for relaxation

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PERFECT HOST: Film actor Rajasekhar offering coffee to MLAs and MPs who came to watch his movie at Prasads Imax theatre in Hyderabad on Tuesday. -PHOTO: K. RAMESH BABU

HYDERABAD: Some Ministers, dozens of MLAs, family members and scores of security-wallahs.

All were at Prasad's IMAX on Tuesday.

The event was an exclusive screening of `Evadaithe Naakenti' starring Rajasekhar, a movie that just completed 60 days in 200 centres and was racing towards the 75-day mark.

As they trooped in, Dr. Rajasekhar and his wife Jeevitha personally received them. Fans crowding in at the complex were surprised to see their favourite hero going around, personally serving coffees to his esteemed guests.

The film starred MLA Erasu Pratap Reddy as the Chief Minister.

Apart from being the hero, Dr. Rajasekhar wrote the story, screenplay and dialogues. It was also a joint directorial debut for Jeevitha and Samudra.

`Ultimate power'

`Evadaithe ... ' has Dr. Rajasekhar as an Army Major coming home on leave and finding himself caught in a vortex.

He fights his own father who is the Education Minister (played by Raghuvaran) and enters politics to convey the message that peoples' power is the ultimate power.

He single-handedly bashes up dozens of baddies.

Dr. Rajasekhar said any resemblances to real-life incidents in the movie was purely incidental.

And as the reels started spinning, the esteemed guests were caught up in a `filmi chakkar'.

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