The controversy surrounding the movie Dhenikaina Ready is getting worse with about 40 people from the Brahmin community attacking hero Manchu Vishnu's house and destroying doors and lights by pelting stones on Wednesday night (October 31). The Telugu actor, who was in a mood to celebrate its successful opening, had to knock the door of the Human Rights Commission (HRC) for justice.
In an interview to a leading English daily, Manchu Vishnu himself has confirmed the incident. The actor said that a group of 40 people from Brahmin community attacked his house at 8.45 pm on Wednesday. They pelted stones breaking the doors and lamps. His mom, who was reportedly alone at home, was shocked by this awkward incident.
Manchu Vishnu added that he was at the gym when the incident happened. His panicked mom called him and narrated the incident over the phone. Fortunately, the auto-rickshaw drivers and some boutique employees intervened and helped the security guards to keep away the mob from the house.
A few Brahmin communities had filed a complaint against team of the movie Dhenikaina Ready stating the film had allegedly insulted Brahmin culture and hurting their sentiments. However, after the incident took a violent turn on Wednesday night, both Manchu Vishnu and the Brahmins Association approached the Human Rights Commission on Thursday afternoon for justice.