He will, or he won’t do this is the million dollar question in the mind of every common man in Tamil Nadu on hopes of  ‘Super Star Rajinikanth is taking the political Plunge. The actor answer was not a no.” He said that he have some responsibilities and work and the same with you, let’s do all work, but when the last war comes we shall see. Superstar was meeting his fans in Tamil Nadu’s Kodambakkam on the final day of his fan interactions. Thalaivar met his fans after a long gap of eight years. He has said that his next round of Interactions has finalized. Rajinikanth said, “My fans have made me a Tamizhan.

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I lived as Kannadiga for 23 years of my life, but for the past 44, I have been a Tamizhan. You, the fans, have made me a Tamizhan.”His comments came after BJP MP Subramanian Swamy claimed that the actor’s entry into politics would be a “disaster.” He also termed him an outsider.

 'Superstar' Rajinikanth is taking the political Plunge

‘Superstar’ Rajinikanth is taking the political Plunge

Rajinikanth’s latest uncertain reports on the possibility of his political entry have triggered a buzz in various circles.

It is not the first time. Such a confusion was seen even in 1996 when Superstar openly opposed Jayalalithaa, asking people to not to vote her. The next hustings saw ‘Amma’ losing the assembly elections and the DMK-TMC recording a landslide victory.

Having had his run with the powers that will be in the past, the actor had come a long way from his first outbreak in 1996 when he said “even God can’t save Tamil Nadu” if AIADMK was elected again. In the result of political developments, he backed the DMK-TMC (Tamil Maanila Congress, led by the late G K Moopanar) combine, which also cashed in on the severe anti-incumbency opposite to the ruling AIADMK. However, the combined could not keep the energy on as AIADMK staged a good comeback in the 1998 Parliamentary polls.

“Cho Ramaswamy used to say that Mr. Stalin will do wonders if he is given a free hand. He is a good administrator. Anbumani Ramadoss is also a well-educated man with good ideas. Seeman’s ideas have amazed me at times. But, the system itself is rotten. Democracy is rotten. The way people think of democracy has changed drastically. People’s notion of democracy needs to change,”-Superstar said

He advised his fans not to mind about the negative comments on social media but regretted the lack of civility in the discussion. He also acknowledged that Tamil Nadu has good leaders such as DMK operation president M.K. Stalin, PMK youth wing leader Anbumani Ramadoss, VCK chief Thol. Thirumavalavan the leader of  Naam Tamilar Katchi leader Seeman to take Tamil Nadu forward, Rajinikanth, however, said that the system is rotten.

In his latest remarks, Rajinikanth had stated that he had no desire to joins in politics, but if he did that he would show the door to all “money-minded” people. He often pulled into political discussions despite stressing that he was “neither a prominent political leader nor a social activist.” “My name has been drawn into politics for the past two decades. I am pushed to clarify during every election that not affiliated with any political party,” he had said early this week.

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Meantime, the Bhartiya Janata Party(BJP), whose top leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi are supposed to have a good relations ship with the ‘Thalaivar,’ has welcomed their idea of the actor combining their fold. “We welcome him if he comes to politics. We will also welcome if he joins into BJP,” state BJP leader and Union Minister of state Pon Radhakrishnan said lately. Unexpectedly, Modi met Rajinikanth at his Poes Garden residence in 2014 when he visited Chennai.