Hello, Friends welcome to The worldmirchi.com blog and I am Vinay Patel. Today I want to share something special with you, and it is Producers Charge Racist Behavior On An Airline On Bahubali 2 Conclusion the producers are leaving no stone unturned in the promotion of the sequel to their upcoming great series. With artists, the artists are touring for a big discussion. However, the journey is on, filmmaker Shobo Yarlagad has not got much experience with the Emirates Airlines.
In a series of posts, Shobo Yarlagadda has alleged that the entire Bahubali 2 team had to face poor behavior from the Emirates Airlines crew, while they were returning to Hyderabad from Hyderabad. He alleged that one of his employees was racist and for the first time he faced such a situation. He wrote, “Employees of the airline were very harsh on the Emmett E4 526 door B4 on the Flying to Hyde and our team was unnecessarily distress.
The creator of Blockbuster movie ‘Bahubali 2 the Confluence’ has accused the emirate of “rude” and “racist” behavior. On Saturday night. After promoting the film in Dubai, Shobo Yarlagadda abused the team during the departure of Air Carrier employees in Dubai.
Raise racist behavior on Bahubali 2
Bahubali 2 conclusions team was in Dubai to promote the film being released on 28th April. Director S. S. Rajmoula has directed that it be Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamanna Bhatia, Ramya Krishnan, Swaraj.
The release of Bahubali 2 is just two days. And everyone is talking about this movie. Or is it thinking of answering this question? How many of us slept nights: why Kattappa Mar Bahubali 2?
However, the shocking news came only on the spotlight, Shobo Yarlagadda. The producer of the film told the Emirates Airlines about the behavior of rude and racist behavior.
The artist and the crew of the film are strictly meeting the civil As the first installment of the film. The film is emerging as a big lobster. To ensure that after the installation of the piece, there is no reason to kill Bahubali 2 on more than 9000 screens worldwide in four different languages.