Superstar Rajinikanth on Sunday addressed his fans in Tuticorin via video link. He said the severing the common people without any personal motive will be the primary quality to join hands with him in his political endeavour.
“Bringing a huge change in the politics of Tamil Nadu is our motive now. It’s a difficult task but if we work together with discipline towards our goal, we can achieve anything. Our thoughts and heart should be clean,” the thalaivar said.
Meanwhile, Kamal Haasan visited students at Sai Ram Engineering College on Saturday to “sow the seeds for political change.”
He exhorted students to enter politics and question the status quo. In his interaction with the students, the actor termed the controversy surrounding the film ‘Padmaavat’ “ridiculous” and expressed concern that he would not be able to make a film like ‘Anbe Sivam’ (2003) today due to political interference.
“It is time for students to enter politics to clean up the prevailing system,” he said. The time had come for future leaders to take up politics, for which they have to be players and not just critics, he said.
Haasan urged students to be more vigilant in order to get to know what was happening around them. Once they learn to understand the plight of others, change would automatically emerge in society, he said.