After Mumbai, Vijay Deverakonda leaves Liger event in Patna due to fan frenzy | Bollywood

Almost a week after Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday had to skip a promotional event in Mumbai due to overcrowding, something similar happened in Patna on Saturday. A huge crowd of students and fans gathered at a college in Patna to watch Vijay, who was forced to leave before the event could be held again. Read also: Liger song Aafat: Vijay Deverakonda, Ananya Panday get romantic on the beach, crazy camerawork adds to the mood

Film trade analyst Ramesh Bala shared a video of the fan frenzy at Patna College and wrote on Twitter, “Vijay Deverakonda and the excitement for his film – #Liger is real. The massive superstar again had to skip a promotional event after a college frenzy at a Patna college, eager to meet the star himself! ,

The video shows Vijay in a white shirt being carried amidst a crowd of hundreds of fans who all gathered to see him during Liger’s promotional event at a college.

In another video shared by the trade analyst, Vijay is seen standing on a high podium in front of a huge crowd. He is seen saying in Hindi, “Hum aap sab ko bahut pyar hai (I love you all very much).”

Last Sunday, Vijay and Ananya had to leave Liger’s promotional event midway due to the uncontrollable crowd at the Nexus Seawoods mall in Navi Mumbai. In some videos of the event, a fan fainted among the crowd, forcing the organizers to call it off. Dharma Productions also said in a statement that the team had to leave midway due to security reasons.

Hours later, Vijay took to his Instagram Stories to ask his fans if they were “safe and back home”. He wrote, “Your love has touched me. Hope you all are safe and back home. I wish I was with you all for more time. Think of you all as I go to bed. Good night Mumbai.”

Directed by Puri Jagannath, Ligar stars Vijay as an underdog fighter from Mumbai who competes in an MMA championship. It also stars Ramya Krishnan and Makarand Deshpande and has an extended cameo by Mike Tyson. The film will hit the theaters on August 25 in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam.


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