Ram Charan Teja on the roadside brawl: They did it to grab my attention
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Telugu superstar and Minister of State for Tourism Chiranjeevi's son Ram Charan Teja finally broke his silence over the alleged roadside brawl in Hyderabad last weekend.
Ram Charan Teja, who is all set to make his Bollywood debut with the remake of Amitabh Bachchan's Zanjeer, said the other side of the story was never published by the media.
The actor further said that the two software engineers, who were apparently roughed up by his bodyguards, were at fault and the duo had apologised to him.
"The two boys came and apologised for their rash driving and for their bad behaviour."
Apparently, the two engineers have also given a a written confession to the police stating that they purported to attract the star's attention.
"They did submit a letter at the police station stating they put up this drama on the road with the intention to grab my attention near the traffic signal," said Ram Charan Teja.
Ram Charan Teja's clams friend said: "Ram's Aston Martin is known all over Hyderabad. It is the same one that James Bond uses. When those two engineers spotted Ram's car, they decided to grab some star-attention. They hit Ram Charan's car and were damn kicked by the fact that they had bumped into a star's vehicle. Ram's security had to take care of it."