According to sources, Nagarjuna may join BJP after his meeting with Modi at the latter's residence in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Recently, Union Minister Chiranjeevi's brother Pawan Kalyan met Modi and extended his support to BJP.
However, Chiranjeevi disapproved his brother's meeting with Gujarat Chief Minister. "It was wrong on the part of Pawan Kalyan to meet Modi who has not apologised for the post-Godhra incidents," he said at a ‘meet-the-press' programme organised by Visakhapatnam Journalists Forum.
Nagarjuna is likely to join BJP after his meeting with Narendra Modi
Kalyan, a popular Telugu actor, who floated Jana Sena Party last week, met Modi in Ahmedabad on Friday and declared his support to his candidature for the Prime Minister's post.
The BJP and Jana Sena have also given indications about forming a poll alliance in Andhra Pradesh.
Chiranjeevi rejected suggestions his brother floated the party in view of differences in the family and because he merged his Praja Rajyam Party (PRP) with the Congress.
"There are no differences in the family. We are all happy. We are united. Mr Pawan Kalyan had not expressed his displeasure on merging the Praja Rajyam with Congress."
The actor-turned-Minister, who heads Congress campaign committee in residuary Andhra Pradesh, admitted his party is
not in a good shape in the State after bifurcation.
"There are some problems in the party in (Seemandhra) after bifurcation. But we will sort out these and strengthen the party."
(With agency inputs)