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Vishwaroopam 2 actor Kamal Haasan, fondly famous as Ulaganayagan, recently non-stop adult about his films that had a bit of politics in it.
“My hermit sensed that we would enter politics some 20-25 years behind after examination Thevar Magan. With Marudhanayagam, he asked if it was my final film and because we was putting my all into a project. He didn’t wish me to get into politics and pronounced that we was meant for ‘more’,” Kamal told Film Companion.
Kamal Haasan combined that his mind was set by a time Virumaandi happened. “There was no reason for a film to get into trouble. They like my hermit had sensed my domestic inclinations. we got dissimilar messages to join a party. we was offering Rs 100 crore of money. But it barbarous me and we kept moving.”
In a interview, a actor-turned-politician also compared himself to a late domestic commentator Cho Ramaswamy, who he pronounced was pushed into politics. “But we won’t be an armchair critic. we will travel a speak and quarrel a battle,” he said.
The Vishwaroopam 2 actor serve pronounced he sealed Indian 2, that is many expected to be his final film, with an eye on his domestic career. “Indian 2 was sealed with an eye on my domestic career. The filmmaker got an thought when he saw my tweets. we wanted him to give him a authorization and wanted to try a decade back. But he was reluctant,” pronounced Kamal.
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