Reports say that the star has to contend with growing disillusionment in his fledging party in which many lower leaders have apparently felt sidelined. The actor"s party office in Hyderabad's elite Jubilee Hills is reportedly open only to select people. The common complaint about Praja Rajyam is that it's a family-run establishment. His brother-in-law Allu Aravind, younger brothers Pavan Kalyan and Naga Babu keep a tight control over things and even decide on who will get access to Chiranjeevi.
Meanwhile, Spokesperson of Prajarajyam Parakala Prabhakar said, “A decision on Chiranjeevi cannot be arrived at by the number of people who have not met him. Around 5,000 people come to meet him everyday but he cannot meet all of them on the same day."
Already, the actor's fan clubs and the new entrants are at loggerheads. The discontent is expected to come out in the open once Chiranjeevi begins his tour of the state on Gandhi Jayanti.
The Congress party and Telugu Desam Party are cautiously watching the chaos going on in Praja Rajyam. If Chiru is not able to overcome these problems, his party may not become a real threat to the established parties in the state.