Kamal Haasan, who met Rajnikanth at the latter’s residence on Sunday, said the meeting was nothing but a “courtesy call”.
63-year-old actor Kamal Haasan, who is forming a new political party, revealed that his decision to get into politics was made about 10-12 years ago but was not sure of going about it.
Haasan said that on February 21, the day he is slated to launch his party from Ramanathapu-ram, he will also announce a plan to adopt a village from every district in Tamil Nadu.
Rajinikanth has long shared good ties with the BJP, with his interest in godmen and his trips to the Himalayas bringing him to the RSS’s notice.
Kamal Haasan said both of them were being asked repeatedly if they would face the polls together and added that he endorsed the view of Rajinikanth in this respect.
In a cute video posted on Instagram by Shruti Haasan, Kamal and his daughter are jamming together on a piano. The video has already gone viral with lakh of views in a matter of few hours.
“I came out of my religion and caste in search of truth. But I do not want to glorify or ridicule anything. Neither am I an atheist. I would say I am a rationalist,” Kamal Haasan had said earlier.
Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan has been invited by Harvard University to give a keynote address on February 10, 2018. This is the second time that Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan has been invited to talk at the Harvard University, the first instance being in 2016.
Indian 2 which was recently launched by Shankar in Taiwan might see Nayanthara join hands with Kamal Haasan for the first time.
Shankar seems to have already started the pre-production work for his next big ticket film Indian 2 while the director announced the update on Rajinikanth’s 2.0.
The actor-director has announced that he will go on a state-wide tour starting February 21, and he is likely to name the outfit proposed to be launched by him during the tour.
Kamal Haasan’s project will be helmed by Thoongavanam director Rajesh M Selva and will star Chiyaan Vikram and Kamal Haasan’s daughter Akshara Haasan.
Kamal Haasan on Thursday said he intended to launch his political tour of Tamil Nadu on February 21 from the residence of late President APJ Abdul Kalam
Haasan, 63, said the first stop of his tour, on February 21, will be his hometown, Ramanathapuram, and he will subsequently visit Madurai, Dindigul and Sivagangai in the first phase
Rajinikanth, who had announced on December 31 that he would form his party before the next state assembly polls, snapped the clapboard and Kamal Haasan, set to embark on a political tour next month, inaugurated the shoot.