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Before Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan to join politics?

21 Juillet 2017

Probably that is why everyone is talking about the political debut of two of the biggest stars of Tamil cinema.

Tamil Nadu Finance Minister D. Jayakumar told reporters in Chennai on Monday that Kamal Haasan should enter politics "if he has the guts".

Of late, Kamal has been openly expressing his views about various political issues plaguing the state. "He is into acting... does not know about politics". However, Kamal, like Rajinikanth, did not make any formal announcement in this regard.

"We seek the immediate and unconditional release of people who have been arrested in Kadiramangalam, professor Jayaraman, Salem student Valarmathi, and Tirumurugan Gandhi of the May 17 movement who have been held under the Goondas Act that is being used to stifle democratic protests in the State", the resolution said. "No path is visible unless searched", this cryptic tweet by the actor led to the prediction that he is interested in joining politics.

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Reportedly, Rajinikanth is yet to accept the invitation to attend Murasoli Daily's anniversary celebrations while, Kamal Haasan has already accepted the invitation.

Her colleague and party national secretary H Raja said that the actor who proclaims himself to be a crusader against corruption was silent on the irregularities that happened during the previous DMK regime.

Stepping up his attack on the Tamil Nadu government, actor Kamal Haasan on Thursday asked it to act on reports of dengue fever or "move aside" if it can not.

Responding to a query on Kamal Haasan's allegations of corruption in the government, Mr. Stalin said, "This government has no moral right to question Kamal Haasan".

Before Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan to join politics?