When people are appointed to high-level positions, it is quite common for leaders to discuss and seek additional information. That’s what happened when Andhra Pradesh’s new cabinet, called Cabinet 2.0, was presented on Monday and the members took oath in the presence of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Netizens had already learned that one of the new cabinet members, Vidadala Rajani, has links with the Telugu Desam Party and has previously worked as a TDP leader. When she was in TDP, she made sensational remarks about YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Now we have another interesting fact about the fiery party leader Ambati Rambabu. YSRCP politician from Sattenapalli in Guntur district took oath as the Minister of Water Resources in the AP cabinet. However, before joining politics, Ambati entered the film industry as an actor.
Several pictures from his previous efforts have recently gone viral. The pictures and videos went viral after veteran actress Shruti Singampalli shared a picture from the shoot with Ambati Rambabu. It didn’t take long for netizens to find out additional Ambati Rambabu photos and videos from the past.
Ambati Rambabu is looking young and beautiful in old pictures. If it had worked for him, he would have been a famous actor by now. But fate had other ideas for him, and he was lured into politics, where he is now a member of the cabinet.
The entry of actors into politics is not a new idea, and the practice has been going on for several decades. Starting with Nandamuri family trendsetter and Telugu Desam Party pioneer Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao, Megastar Krishna, Hari Krishna, Mohan Babu, Tollywood Megastar Chiranjeevi and Power Star Pawan Kalyan, many more followed in his footsteps. Ambati Rambabu appears to be the most recent addition to the list.
Sattenapalli MLA Ambati Rambabu, a fiery orator, was expected to be appointed in the previous administration. However, due to various reasons, he was unable to do so and was assigned the post of spokesperson. He has been assigned a post in the new cabinet and is in charge of the Water Resources Department.