Chiranjeevi also accused the media of overreacting and blowing the matter out of proportion. (JPN/Agencies)
Chiranjeevi said that he never violates rules and had left the queue to see if his name was there in the voting list. Expressing disappointment, he added that the media was overreacting.
A voter had stopped the actor-turned-politician and his family members when they tried to walk into the polling centre even as others were standing in the queue. The superstar was taken aback when a voter told him that he can't have a special treatment in a polling centre.
Accompanied by his security guards, Chiranjeevi, his wife, their actor son Ramcharan Teja and other family members were initially standing in the queue at the polling centre in the posh Jubilee Hills neighbourhood. When some people invited them in the booth, they broke the queue and were proceeding inside.
As a voter raised the objection, Chiranjeevi tried to pacify him. The actor and other family members went back and stood in the queue to cast their votes.
Chiranjeevi also accused the media of overreacting and blowing the matter out of proportion.