Legendary Tamil actor Padmashri Kamal Hassan, who has been very much vocal about his dissatisfaction with the current state government of Tamil Nadu, had been hinting about his political entry, a surprising decision from the actor when his contemporary Rajnikanth is yet to even make a proper announcement.
The actor had met even politicians like Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan, besides voicing out through Twitter. The actor said to his fans to refrain from his birthday celebrations as the whole of Chennai is flooded due to heavy rains. It seems, he has indirectly slapped an actor who recently celebrated with a night party for the cooked up success of his recent release.
The actor broke the suspense recently by revealing that he'll indeed be floating a political party, in the 39th annual meeting of his welfare association. As expected, Kamal also revealed a Mobile application as a first step of his political journey.
Meanwhile, on the work front, it is expected that the trailer of his long-delayed directorial Vishwaroopam 2 will be revealed by this year end, while he'll move to shoot Shankar's Indian 2, which was taken over by Lyca Productions from Dil Raju, From next year.