Farmer Uses Poster Of Sunny Leone To Protect Crop And Ward Off Evil

| February 14 , 2018 , 15:08 IST

In an unusual technique, an Andhra Pradesh farmer Ankinapally Chenchu Reddy has put up posters of actress Sunny Leone in his field wearing a red bikini so that he can protect his crops from the evil eye.

45-year-old Chenchu Reddy from Banda Kindi Palle village, Nellore district isn’t a big fan of the actress. It’s actually for the safety of his cabbage and cauliflower that he has displayed Sunny’s poster.

The poster has a caption that goes like, "Orey, nannu chusi edavakura (Hey, don't cry or feel jealous of me)!"

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He reportedly said, "This year, I have a good crop of 10 acres. This has been attracting the unnecessary attention of villagers and passersby. To ward off their evil eye, I came up with the idea putting up the big flex of Sunny Leone a couple of days ago."

He further said, "the trick has worked for me. Nobody is looking at my crop now."

Asked if he should bother that agriculture officials or police may find the poster objectionable, he said, "The officials never bother to come to our fields to find out our problems. Why should they have any objection?"

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Reddy said, "I see posters of popular celebs in salons, barber shops, and general stores etc and always wonder if the stars know that their faces are being used to sell random commodities. But this takes it a notch higher, I wonder what Sunny Leone will think if she gets to know to know of this. Using her to ward off the evil eye, that may be new, even for her!"

Farmers use many techniques to keep “evil” as they say, off from their crop. Usually, it is to scare birds and insects away from the harvest. But some really believe that it is the evil eye that is causing their crop to fail.