Rajinikanth On Joining Politics: ‘Will be true to whatever role God makes me perform’

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To an audience comprising fans and leaders of fan associations, actor Rajinikanth said on Monday that he would not be making the political announcement they were eagerly awaiting. However, he did not deny the possibility of entering politics. Addressing a gathering at Raghavendra Mandapam, a marriage hall he owns in Chennai, the superstar said he knew his fans could be disappointed if did not make the announcement.

“A section of my fans aspires to be in politics for monetary gain. If I enter politics, I will not keep them anywhere close to my circle. I ask them to give up such hopes,” he said.

Rajinikanth (66), who has dabbled in politics now and then since the 1990s, had declared that “nobody could save Tamil Nadu if Jayalalithaa is elected to power again” during the 1996 Assembly elections. He had been targeting the AIADMK government, which had ruled Tamil Nadu from 1991.

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