Director Ram Gopal Varma is at it again. He has been getting on the case of Khaidi No 150, which is Megastar Chiranjeevi’s comeback film. In his latest Twitter rant, he slammed the new poster of the forthcoming film as “height of narcissism.”

“Wowwww Madame Tussaud will throw half her museum out for this ..Want to touch feet of designer and director and who convinced mega star,” tweeted RGV, criticizing the film poster showing Chiranjeevi sitting on a big trunk and holding a machete in one hand.

“This is the upper limit of the height of narcissism and the lower limit of the depth of its opposite ..Wilhelm Hegel would have kissed Mega Star,” he added. “Can I please have the name, number, and address of the designer and others around Mega Star who convinced him to put out a pose like this.”

He didn’t stop there, in a parting shot, he said, “Designer of this look is going to have a page forever in the annals of history for the involuntary perpetuation and voluntary disorientation.”

This is not the first time, Ram Gopal Varma has criticised Chiranjeevi’s film, which marks the actor’s return to the big screen after a gap of 10 years. Earlier, praising the trailer of Gautamiputra Satakarni, he had suggested Khaidi No 150 is no match for the period drama, starring Balakrishna.

“As a Mega fan, I truly wish MegaStar will take Telugu cinema to the next ultimate level. Really true fans of Megastar if they are genuine from the heart should tell Megastar to do films like Baahubali and Satakarni,” he added.