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Ready to leave the cinema if it becomes a roadblock to a political career: Kamal Haasan | India News


COIMBATORE: Actor-turned-politician and Makkal Neethi Maiam (MNM) founder Kamal Hassan said on Sunday that he is ready to leave the cinema if it becomes an obstacle to his political career, which was meant to serve the people.
“I will finish all my current assignments and leave the movies, if they become an obstacle to my political career,” he told reporters here.
He said his entry into politics was historic as he was one of the 30 percent who stayed away from politics, he said the late Chief Minister MG Ramachandran had acted as the MLA in many films to propagate his ideals and achieve his goal of serving. to the people. .
However, if the cinema was becoming an obstacle, Haasan said he would leave it to serve the people, the MNM chief said, adding that many of his fellow candidates were of the opinion that he would disappear from politics and return to the cinema.
“Let’s see who goes missing, what the people have to decide,” Hassan added.
Claiming to have received some threats from various sectors, about which he refused to give more details, the actor-politician said that being an honest party, it has presented the actual expenses incurred during the campaign, which was praised by some electoral officials.
Tamil film personalities Radhika Sarathkumar and Suhasini Maniratnam were present during the press meeting.

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