MG Ramachandran…Karunanidhi….Jayalalitha…who is next? Will it be Rajanikanth or Kamal Haasan? The question has become a big topic in Tamil Nadu. Political circles are trying to woo both the actors to get maximum political mail age during 2014 elections.
No need to say, both Rajani and Kamal command respect and huge popularity in the entire Tamilnadu. Despite the whole state politics moves around Kollywood, both the legendary actors did not want to join politics. Disappointing both fans and political circles, Kamal made it clear that he would not join in politics where one has to face unnecessary criticism.
Speaking to media in Bangalore, Mr.Kamal said:“ Many people are asking me serve the people directly. But I don’t like politics. When the voter casts his votes, the election officer puts a black mark on the voter’s finger. I don’t want to get my hands blackened by joining politics. Of course, I have friends in all parties. But I personally don’t like politics.”
Interestingly, his contemporary Rajanikanth is also not interested in politics despite his friendship with BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. BJP leaders tried in vain to bring him into the political arena recently. BJP’s Tamilnadu wing president Pon Radhakrishnan has urged Rajani to join politics and support to their party. Rajani who is currently busy with his new movie Kochadiyaan maintained stoic silence over the open invitation.