This bard of rebellion believes in an ideology that eschews parliamentary politics. Gaddar's militant lyrics exhort people to revolt against exploitation. He is all for land to the tiller and is more popular than N.T. Rama Rao in rural Andhra Pradesh.
"Can you and I vote freely? Before we reach the booths someone else casts our votes. If this is not a farce what else is? I am popular but no one will be allowed to vote for me."