Naga Vamsi's plea to fans comes on the heels of the unsavoury comments that Ramajogayya Sastry and Thaman received over the 'Oh My Baby' single.
'Guntur Kaaram' producer Naga Vamsi has had to field several tough questions in the lead-up to the release of the film.
Over the past few months, fans of Mahesh Babu have expressed a lot of disappointment over a number of factors including the lack of updates, but Naga Vamsi has somehow managed to keep things afloat. However, a fresh controversy involving 'Guntur Kaaram's new single has caused the friction to increase between the two parties.
It all began earlier today with the producer's tweet, wherein he would poke fun at all those who were highly critical of the film's latest track Oh My Baby. One-half of the criticism was targeted towards the song's lyricist Ramajogayya Sastry with another chunk dedicated to composer S. Thaman's tune, with both sides claiming that the track failed to do any justice to Mahesh Babu's stardom.
Naga Vamsi would then share a snippet from the film 'Animal' to say "We know what we are doing" but social media users weren't too pleased with the alleged mockery. The tweet ended up receiving a lot of backlash.
Responding to this, Naga Vamsi then penned a pacifying note to urge everyone out there to keep their feedback as constructive as possible and not resort to targeting artists with "unnecessary harsh words".
"You can express your opinion in a polite manner as well," he wrote in the same post, before inviting fans and moviegoers in general to enjoy the film in theatres and promising to show superstar Mahesh Babu "in a never before mass avatar".
One gathers that Naga Vamsi's plea to fans comes on the heels of the unsavoury comments that Ramajogayya Sastry and Thaman received over the past few hours. The former, in particular, was pushed to an extent from which he lashed out and later deactivated his X account.