Chennai sources have stated that actor Kamal Hassan who has announced his plans to enter politics, yesterday apologized for hastily supporting Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shock decision to ban high denomination notes a year ago. Mr. Hassan, who is 62, said: "If the PM accepts his mistake, my salaam (salute) awaits him." Furthermore, his comments were made in a column for a Tamil magazine; they included "accepting mistakes and rectifying them is a sign of statesmanship."
Moreover, Mr. Hassan's Political future is being mapped carefully alongside that of Tamil megastar Rajinikanth, who has been nurturing political ambition for over two decades but has not revealed more information.
Furthermore, the Reserve Bank of India has confirmed that of the banned currency, virtually all have been deposited in banks, contradicting the government's prediction that the reform would lead to black money being destroyed. It has since said that the notes ban is a big step forward in the fight against corruption and that it is expanding the base of taxpayers.