SHOCKING! Prabhas' Ardent Fan Dies By Suicide After 'Radhe Shyam' Gets Negative Reviews -Report

Prabhas' ardent fan commits suicide after Radhe Shyam garners negative reviews

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SHOCKING! Prabhas' Ardent Fan Dies By Suicide After 'Radhe Shyam' Gets Negative Reviews -Report
Prabhas is one of the most loved stars in the industry. The actor enjoys great popularity worldwide. He has been making headlines lately because of his film Radhe Shyam. The movie was released recently and received mixed reviews. In a shocking incident, Prabhas' ardent fan died by suicide. As per reports, he was upset after Prabhas' film received negative reviews.

The young man who has been identified as Ravi Teja committed suicide at his home in Tilak Nagar in Andhra Pradesh's Kurnool district.

Reportedly, Ravi told his mother about the film's reviews before he took the decision of ending his life. The police rushed to the spot and an investigation followed, via TOI. Prabhas has not yet reacted to the shocking incident. ALSO READ:Prabhas Gifts His Die Hard Fan A Luxury Watch And It Will Leave You Green With Envy -Report

On the other hand, director Radha Krishna Kumar seems to be unhappy about the negative responses from the fans as well as critics. Radha, who had always established that Radhe Shyam is a love story, blamed critics for expecting more out of a love saga.

In one of his recent interviews, Radha said, "You go to a vegetarian hotel expecting them to serve chicken biryani? We have always told this is a love story, but critics are bashing us saying there is no action in the movie. That make any sense?," via TOI.

Despite negative reviews, Radhe Shyam is doing well at the box office. Prabhas and Pooja Hegde's chemistry is loved by the masses. Radhe Shyam is a love story directed by Radha Krishna Kumar. Prabhas is essaying the role of the a palmist Vikramaditya and Pooja Hegde plays Dr Prerana.

Produced by UV Creations, Radhe Shyam had to be postponed multiple times due to COVID-19 pandemic.

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