Lawrence’s new decision on Rajinikanth

Actor-choreographer-director Raghava Lawrence, who made a firebrand speech at the audio launch of superstar Rajinikanth’s Darbar, has said his ‘thalaivar’ had not insitgated him.

“Hi dear Friends , Fans and Media Friends.

This message is for my Media Friends and News Writers. Since Darbar audio speech many are asking me for interviews as I’m busy with my Hindi shoot I was not able to give but once my shoot gets over I will surly come and give individually to everyone,” he said.

“I just wanted to make few things clear in common for all the questions that has been raised by you. The tweets that I’m posting and the speech’s I have spoken and the things that I’m going to talk hereafter are all completely my thoughts,” the Kanchana actor said.

“Thalaivar superstar is not responsible for anything. Many are saying he is teaching me to talk these things which is not true. If he wants to talk he will surly talk by himself. He is not a person who will influence someone. I don’t want anything to affect him and I don’t expect anything for him apart from a blessing and a photo as a fan.  

Im not against any political party nor I support anyone. Im just doing my service and will ask help to the goverment for my children whenever needed and will post my gratitude if they help apart from this I don’t have any connection to politics but I have been dragged into a issue since jallikattu protest, different opinions and problems has been arising between me and a person , so I’m pushed to a situvation where I need to talk,” he added.

“They have been questioning about my born place, language and my service. I will answer for all this in my kind way. I have been telling in a kind way since jallikattu and will try my level best to tell and make them understand in a kind way. “Anbu Dhan Tamil”,” he concluded.

Raghava Lawrence, who was recently in the news after he said at the audio launch of superstar Rajinikanth’s Darbar that he threw cow dung on Kamal Haasan’s posters when he was a child, later clarified that his speech was twisted.

At a latest event to celebrate the birthday of Rajinikanth in Chennai, the actor-choreographer-filmmaker once again cleared the air on his comments and said he was a great admirer of Kamal.

The Kanchana and Motta Siva Ketta Siva actor said Kamal approached him to join the cast of Thalaivan Irukkindran, but he couldn’t take it up as he was busy with his film Kaala Bhairava.