Kamal Haasan breathed fire on Tamil Nadu Government yet again. He spoke about the sequence of incidents post the demise of former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa during his interview to a Tamil TV Channel.
The Versatile Actor blamed then Ruling Party for Viswaroopam controversy. He predicted mid-term polls in Tamil Nadu as People haven't approved Palanisamy's Government. 'It's like a forced Marriage. Needless to say, This Government won't last for four years. People must decide who should be in power,' he comments.
Kamal claims to be neither supporting O Panneerselvan nor Palanisamy. Kamal points out lack of transparency in Jayalalithaa's rule and hence secrecy was maintained in the treatment offered to her.
When quizzed about being vocal about Political Developments in the recent past & his Political Entry, Kamal explained: 'I doesn't mince words. I will continue to speak about Politics if I believe it would be beneficial to the people. I can't just be an Artiste. There is no scope for corruption or unlawful things in my life. I would question anyone who indulges in crime as a citizen of this country. Just because I wear a red shirt doesn't mean I am a communist'.
'Since several years, Attempts have been made to bring me into Political arena. People get impatient depending on the wrong moves of Government. Politicians and Laws should change. I don't think Dravida Parties can't survive anymore. Dravida ideology would stay as long as it receives the blessings of Tamil Talli'.