All said and done, in Pawan Kalyan's Gabbar Singh movie, there is a direct mockery of hero Rajasekhar and his antics. Whether that is an idea of Harish Shankar or Pawan Kalyan is not known, but both Pawan and Ali joined hands to imitate Rajasekhar and Jeevitha. The Rajasekhar-Jeevitha couple spoke about this in a couple of interviews too.
Especially the 'Em Septiri, Em Septiri' satire on Rajsekhar in Gabbar Singh, imitating the hero's Tamil accent laced Telugu, has worked well with the audiences too as they have laughed to the core. And now in the latest movie Kalki, Rajasekhar himself used the dialogue Em Septiri Em Septiri, a couple of times, which sounded like taking a dig in the reverse.
Talking about the same, Rajasekhar didn't open up on the talk that he has taken a dig at Pawan Kalyan this way by using the same actor who imitated him in Gabbar Singh and hitting him as well. "When I used that dialogue for the first time, I didn't know that it is my own line. But when I'm shooting for a scene with the same dialogue again, Jeevitha is there on sets and reminded me that it is my dialogue only. People are enjoying that dialogue" he says, avoiding any negative talk.
It looks like the senior hero doesn't want to get into any controversies at a time when his film is running and also his daughter's movie up for release.