Kamal Haasan is entering the political theatre in Tamil Nadu at a time when there is a perceived vacuum with the death of late AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa and virtual retirement of nonagenarian DMK chief M Karunanidhi.
"As an opposition party, we have decided to convene an all party meeting and will invite the AIADMK which is the ruling party... we will also invite the BJP," Stalin said, without mentioning the date of the proposed meeting.
"Gandhi cap, Kashmiri cap and now buffoon's cap. Have you had enough or do you want more? Tamils, please answer," Kamal Hassan tweeted. His remarks came amid the coming together of the two AIADMK faction.
Palaniswami and his cabinet colleagues had hit out at the actor for his remarks and dared him to substantiate his charges following which he had asked his fans to lodge complaints about corruption through social media.
Akshay Kumar’s pictures in his villainous avatar in Rajinikanth's film 2.0 are bound to shock his fans. Other actors who were unrecognisable in their roles because of their make up were Rishi Kapoor in Kapoor & Sons, Hrithik Roshan in Dhoom 2 and Shah Rukh Khan in Fan.
After South Indian superstar Kamal Haasan made a statement in favour of lifting the ban on bull sport Jallikattu, Tamil Nadu CM O Panneerselvam has written to PM Modi urging him to consider promulgating an ordinance to resume Jallikattu on Pongal this year. The bull-fighting sport had been banned by the Supreme Court in May […]