Hyderabad: Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma on Wednesday further criticised Pawan Kalyan’s recently released book Ism and said he was depending on others’ misrepresentations and misreadings of already existing thought.
Varma had earlier tweeted that he couldn’t understand the book Ism released by Pawan Kalyan at his second public meeting in Visakhapatnam last month. He also said, Pawan Kalyan’s friend Raju Ravi Tej, with whom the actor had co-written the book, was misleading him.
Varma tweeted on Wednesday, “For all who are asking, I believe that there’s more instinctive wisdom in Pawan Kalyan himself than in the entire non-explanatory book of Ism.” He also said that the actor doesn’t read books.
“I truly think Pawan dint read Arthur Schopenhauer’s ‘The world as will and idea’ and depended upon others misreadings,” Varma further tweeted. He has been upset since the second public meeting Pawan Kalyan held in Visakhapatnam.“(Your) friend (should) understand, yesteryears philosophies (have) already (been) absorbed into evolution of societies. What’s needed is pure Pawanism,” he tweeted.