Nara Brahmani, daughter-in-law of Telugu Desam Party president and former Andhra Pradesh chief minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu, usually maintains a low profile and does not make public appearances, unless it is a wedding or a business event related to his family concern Heritage Foods, of which she is the executive director.
On Sunday, however, Brahmani suddenly surfaced amidst common people, when she took a ride in Hyderabad Metro Rail along with her son Nara Devansh.
While her personal assistants also accompanied them, her husband and TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh was not present along with her.
She and her son boarded the train at Jubilee Hills check-post railway station, which is closer to her residence.
She quietly sat in the seat meant for ladies and smiled at the public who greeted her with curious looks.
However, she did not allow a media person, who was also travelling in the train at the same time, to take a video of her and requested him politely to remove the video.
When the journo did not oblige, she got her personal assistant to force the scribe to remove it.
However, Brahmani could not prevent other travelers from clicking her pictures on their mobiles. Some women passengers requested her to pose for selfies and she obliged.
The Heritage Group director got down at Ameerpet inter-change section and took another train and finally got down at Lakdi-ka-pul, where a car was waiting for picking her up.
She apparently left for Masab Tank residence of late Nandamuri Harikrishna, whose first death anniversary was observed on Saturday!