TDP lawmaker Dr N Shiva Prasad was dressed as sage Narada in parliament.
New Delhi: A Telugu Desam Party lawmaker, better known for his cosplays outside parliament, grabbed eyeballs this morning after he came dressed as vedic sage Narada, demanding special status for Andhra Pradesh. Much to the amusement of the media and other parliamentarians, Naramalli Shiva Prasad stood in the parliament premises along with his with party colleagues, donning a cutout of Veena, the signature musical instrument of Narada.
Dr N Shiv Prasad sat under a tree outside Parliament holding up a cutout of PM Modi with a peacock feather in the hair. (File)
A doctor, he became a lawmaker in 1999 and was a minister in Chandrababu Naidu's cabinet. He has also acted in movies - surprise - and won an award for Best Actor in a negative role.
In the Budget session, Dr Shiva Prasad amused his colleagues and the media by dressing up as a cleric, a Christian priest and finally, as Lord Krishna. Santa Claus, Mahatma Gandhi, TDP founder NT Rama Rao - the lawmaker from Chittoor has gone through many costume changes.