Movie Artistes Association (MAA) races results is all situated to be further deferred. The city common court listening to the request of maker and little time performing artist O Kalyan who filed a petition on behalf of protesters has postponed the case to April 7. Prior, the court had directed the MAA powers to not report the outcomes till the case was heard and rejected by the court.
The vote counting in the most acutely challenged decisions of MAA have verged on sharpness and mudslinging and have basically separated the Tollywood group. The opponent boards headed by Jayasudha and Rajendra Prasad have connected with themselves in a down to business crusade of slur and dust.
O Kalyan approached the court refering to errors in the MAA surveys and requested that MAA ex-president Murali Mohan present the records of the use for the time of his holding office. In spite of the warmth and tidy on TV channels furthermore in print media, the MAA races were led easily and gently, where 394 out of 702 voted.