Kamal Haasan launches whistleblower app amid 'groundwork' for political debut

  • Kamal Haasan launches whistleblower app amid 'groundwork' for political debut

Kamal Haasan launches whistleblower app amid 'groundwork' for political debut

The actor, who is also expected to launch a political party, said that he would be embarking on tour of Tamil Nadu soon. "I will not take in people who come with baggage", he said. "It is important to strengthen the base, before launching the party", Mr. Haasan said. I need to work on it. Work has begun for my entry into politics.

"And then, I will announce by when I will be touring Tamil Nadu, not as an actor, but as Citizen K", he said. "It means extreme. This was interpreted as terror", says the actor.

The veteran artist said it gave him "great joy and pride" to launch the software - named ' Maiyam whistle' - which he said was being beta-tested.

The Kerala CM comment comes two days after Ashok Sharma reportedly said that people like Haasan should be "shot dead".

Taking to the stage at the GRT Convention Center in Chennai on his 63rd birthday, Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan clarified his latest comments on "Hindu terror". He was quoted as stating in his column that the existence of Hindu terrorists can not be denied and that where Hindu once used debates to argue their points, they now resort to violence. "Politics is bigger than cinema, the groundwork is on", added the actor. It can be Hinduism.

He said he was neither a "believer", nor an "atheist". My family is Hindu. "My non-religious identity, I don't want to glorify or ridicule it".

"Instead, he will be visiting a medical camp, which is set up by Narpani Iyakkam (Welfare Movement) at Annapoorna Marriage Hall, CTH Road. and rain-affected area at Naryanapuram, S. Kolathur Road, Pallikaranai, next to Balaji Dental College".