Ram Charan is back in news for all the wrong reasons again. The actor’s alleged roadside brawl at Banjara Hills will be haunting him for sure at least for the next few months.
On Wednesday, State Human Rights Commission has directed the Banjara Hills cops to book cases against Charan and Chiranjeevi’s security personnel under sections 357, 120 (b), 325 and 506 of Indian Penal Code (IPC).
On May 5th this year, Ram Charan had a tiff with two techies Kalyan and Phanish when he was on his way to a star hotel for having lunch with family. The software professionals have approached the police accusing the actor of directing his bodyguards to manhandle them. However, they didn’t file any complaint fearing justice will be denied as Charan is the son of Chiranjeevi. On May 8th, High Court Advocate Saleem filed a petition with HRC blaming cops for failing to file a case and sought directions to book the actor.
Immediately, HRC asked the Banjara Hills cops to submit a report on the issue. The report which was submitted by the cops has made it clear that it was Charan who provoked the techies and later asked the security guards to handle them after he blocked their way with his Aston Martin. Finally, the HRC has responded on the report and Charan is in serious trouble now.