Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy allegedly made some controversial statements against actor Yash. And the former's comments on Yash has not gone well with the fans of the actor.
Warning actor Yash on Tuesday, Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy has decried him campaigning for actress Sumalatha Ambareesh.
"It is owing to producers like me investing in films that actors like Yash got in to tinsel world and flourished. But real life is different from reel life," said Kumaraswamy.
Sumalatha is an Independent contesting in the high-profile Mandya Lok Sabha constituency against Kumaraswamy's son Nikhil Gowda of the ruling Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S).
Kumaraswamy said actors like Yash should not belittle producers and godfathers who give break to likes of him by investing in films. Kumaraswamy is a Kannada film producer turned politician in the southern state.
Yash had acted in a Kannada film 'Lucky' Kumaraswamy produced along with his former wife and actress Radhika Pandit. Yash was last seen in 'KGF' which was released in all South Indian languages.
"Without producers like us, stars like Yash or Darshan will not survive. Do not believe in everything you see in films, as reality of daily life is different from reel life," added Kumaraswamy.
Nikhil, 28, is an upcoming Kannada actor with two-three films under his belt. He is the grandson of JD-S supremo H.D. Deve Gowda, who is contesting from Tumkur Lok Sabha seat even at the age of 86 years.