Kamal Haasan seems to be in the news for all the wrong reasons these days, starting from the controversial TV show Bigg Boss Tamil which he is hosting to the recent comments he made on the Tamilnadu government which has landed him into a political soup.
Haasan had last month run into trouble with the AIADMK after he said everyone had to face corruption in Tamil Nadu.
Image: Official Facebook page of Kamal Haasan. He demanded the Chief Minister K Palaniswami to resign his job due to over alleged corruption in the state.
Taking on the AIADMK government through his twitter handle, the actor wrote: "If one state's CM should resign for a mishap & corruption under his govt".
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In a series of tweets, he also invited people "who are fearless enough" to take a vow for a new freedom struggle, apparently against corruption. Responding to the ministers, the actor urged his fans to lodge complaints about corruption through social media.
"My aim is better TN". "Those who have the guts to call for a new freedom movement, come.we will win", Kamal said. Who dares to strengthen my voice?
"Those who are fearless enough to take a vow for a new freedom struggle, come we will win", he said. "If the tools are sharp, then find others,", said in the comments that he had no favorites and that welfare of the state drives him to say so. For the first time, the actor has tweeted naming DMK as many of his critics questioned his silence over the corruption allegedly done by the main opposition party in the state.
The "Vishwaroopam" star said his aim was for a better Tamil Nadu and described both DMK, AIADMK and parties as tools, saying other options should be found if such tools become blunt.
However, his presence at a DMK function triggered speculations that he might as well join the DMK.