Actor-turned-politician and Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan arrived in Tirupati on Saturday night for a darshan of Lord Venkateswara.
Kalyan trekked the Tirumala hills through the route for pedestrians starting at Alipiri, and reached the temple on Sunday morning at 10 am.
Later, he participated in the Swamy vari seva through a special darshan. He also visited the Hampi muth and had talks with the Jana Sena core committee members on his proposed bus yatra across the state.
When he came out of the temple after the Lord's darshan, media personnel and a large number of his fans mobbed him keeping his security personnel on their toes. He had to plough through his fans to reach his convoy and leave.
When the media encircled him, Kalyan bluntly told them that he would not talk politics at a holy place.
"I came here for the blessings of Lord Venkateswara. At this holy place you should neither ask me political questions nor should I answer them," he said.
Kalyan said that he would stay at Tirumala for two more days and have a darshan at the Jaapali Anjaneya Swamy temple and the Dharmagiri Veda Pathasala.