The Tollywood superstar is the youngest brother of Union Minister of State for Tourism K Chiranjeevi. He launched Jana Sena party in Hyderabad on March 14 with the call "Congress hatao, Desh bachao".
"I am going to extend my full support to Modi. He will surely be the next Prime Minister. I have no doubts about it,'' the 42-year-old politician told reporters.
"I have not yet decided on where I would be contesting. It would take few more days to decide from where I am going to contest for the elections,'' he added.
Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief N Chandrababu Naidu has invited Pawan Kalyan to join hands with him. Kalyan had stated that he was willing to team up with any party to remove the Congress from power in the state and at the Centre.
"Our nation needs a Prime Minister like Mr Modi. Indecisive leadership of Congress is evident in the way Andhra Pradesh was divided,'' Kalyan said after meeting Modi.
"I am not politician. I am not interested in holding power. I came into politics for the well-being of people. More than power and position, I have come here to ensure the well-being of my people in the state,'' he added.