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kamal haasan for unity between tn, karnataka

Film star Kamal Haasan, who is set to embark on his political journey, today appealed to both Tamil Nadu and Karnataka to maintain amity in the wake of the Supreme Court judgement on sharing of Cauvery waters between the two states.While expressing disappointment over the apex court awarding lower quantum of water to Tamil Nadu as against the demand, he said the consoling factor was that the court had maintained that the rivers are common and do not belong to anybody.Batting for unity among Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, which, he said, was a duty for those in both states, he said some politicians on their "hunt for votes" were speaking, forgetting national interests. He said that if amity is disturbed, everybody will be affected."I am disappointed that Tamil Nadu has got a lower share of water

kamal haasan is the angriest person i know: rajinikanth

Superstar Rajinikanth has said that Kamal Haasan is the angriest person he knows but his brother Chandra, who passed away recently, could keep his temper in check.Rajinikanth attended the memorial meet of the producer, who died after suffering a cardiac arrest in London last month at the age of 82. He was instrumental in running Haasan's production house 'Raaj Kamal Films International'."I have never seen a hot-tempered person like Kamal Haasan. You all have seen only ten per cent of his anger. I have witnessed it 100 per cent. That's why I used to be careful with him. Charu (brother) anna can pacify him. But it was Chandra Haasan who always kept it in check," Rajinikanth said in an emotional speech.The superstar said that he interacted with Haasan's elder brother only on two occasions but

no space in jail; so they want to shoot us, haasan on hindu outfit's threat

Actor Kamal Haasan has hit back at the Hindu Mahasabha leader’s open call for his murder after he said that Hindu terror exists in the country. Haasan's article on a Tamil magazine had claimed that "extremism has spread into the Hindu right-wing camp as well"."If we question them, they call us anti-nationals and want us jailed. Now since there is no space in jails they want to shoot us and kill us," ... but in democracy, everyone has the right to express," Haasan told in a meeting of farmers in Chennai.Referring to the statement made by Haasan, Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha Vice President Ashok Sharma said people like Kamal Haasan should either be hanged or shot dead.Sharma also alleged that people who make such statement against followers of Hinduism are trying to "push their own biased

right wing radicals call for kamal haasan’s head

Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.Soon after Tamil film star Kamal Haasan said that there were Hindu terrorists as well, a right wing extremist group has asked for his head. That verifies what Haasan had said in the first place.The comment came from the BJP, RSS-supported radical Hindu outfit Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha.Several leaders of the Mahasabha have demanded that “Kamal Haasan and the likes of him should either be shot dead or hanged (sic)”.Earlier this week Haasan in his column in the Tamil weekly Ananda Vikatan had written: “In the past, Hindu right-wing groups would not indulge in violence, but they would hold a dialogue with the opposite parties on their arguments. But this old tactic was defeated and what they started to do is use muscle power. They

kamal haasan apologises for supporting demonetisation

Veteran actor Kamal Haasan has apologised for supporting the Modi government's decision to demonetise all Rs. 500 and 1000 notes. He had tweeted in support of demonetisation last November. “Salute Mr. Modi. This move has to be celebrated across political party lines. Most importantly by earnest tax payers.”In an article in Tamil magazine Vikatan, Haasan said that he had earlier supported the Modi government's move "in a hurry". He said he thought demonetisation will help getting rid of black money. Kamal said that the sign of a statesman is one who can accept that he made a mistake. “If the PM accepts his mistake , then one more salaam is waiting for him from me". The actor has recently been active politically, levying corruption charges against the K Palaniswami-led AIADMK government in T

tn finance minister hits out at actor kamal haasan

The ruling AIADMK (Amma) camp today continued to target veteran actor Kamal Haasan, with Finance Minister D Jayakumar asking him not to "pretend" that he was going to enter politics but indeed take the plunge.The senior leader also sought to know what welfare activities the actor had done for the people of the state during the 2004 tsunami tragedy and the devastating floods of 2015."Politics is a bed of thorns. It should not be underestimated. Let him see the kind of difficulties in it by entering it. He should not pretend that he is entering politics," Jayakumar told reporters here."Have you (Haasan) done any welfare for the people through your fan clubs during tsunami or the floods," he asked.Instead of acting, Haasan was "just uttering words" and the people of the state will realise it,

rajini and i need to ponder if we have to align: kamal haasan

Leading Tamil actor Kamal Haasan, who is all set to foray into politics soon, today said he and superstar Rajinikanth needed to contemplate if it was necessary for them to join hands and face the election.Haasan said both of them were being asked repeatedly if they would face the polls together and added that he endorsed the view of Rajinikanth in this respect."Rajini sir, to this question had said that only time will give an answer and I had seconded that view. Truly, only time will answer," he said in his weekly column in Tamil magazine 'Ananda Vikatan.'Haasan, who is set to unveil his political party's name and go on a political tour on February 21 said both of them should first formally launch their respective political parties.Following this, policies should be spelt out and it needed

'hindu terrorism' comment: plea in madras hc seeks fir against kamal haasan

A petition seeking direction to the police to register an FIR against actor Kamal Haasan for his alleged comments on "Hindu terrorism" in a Tamil magazine has been filed in the Madras High Court.When the plea came up for hearing on Thursday, Justice M S Ramesh directed the public prosecutor to get instructions from the police authority concerned and adjourned the petition by a week.According to the petitioner G Devarajan, a registered advocate clerk in the high court, Kamal Haasan said in an article published in a Tamil magazine that the presence of "Hindu terrorism" in the country cannot be ruled out."By making such statements Kamal Haasan is trying to brand Hindus as terrorists. He should understand that no religion preaches violence but only peace. The actor with vested interests is try

prakash raj comes out in support of kamal haasan's views on 'hindu extremism'

Multi-lingual actor Prakash Raj on Friday came out in support of actor Kamal Haasan's remarks on "Hindu extremists"."If instilling fear in the name of religion...culture...morality is not terrorising...then what is it. Just asking," tweeted Prakash Raj.In his post titled "To whomsoever it may concern", Prakash Raj said "If abusing and manhandling young couples on the streets of my country in the name of morality is not terrorising... If taking the law into hands and lynching people on slightest doubt of cow slaughter is not terrorising...If trolling with abuse, threat...to silence even a slightest voice of dissent is not terrorising...Then what is terrorising... Just asking."In a Tamil news magazine, Kamal Haasan had written, "The right wing cannot challenge talk of Hindu terrorists becaus

prakash raj comes out in support of kamal haasan's views on 'hindu extremism'

Multi-lingual actor Prakash Raj on Friday came out in support of actor Kamal Haasan's remarks on "Hindu extremists"."If instilling fear in the name of religion...culture...morality is not terrorising...then what is it. Just asking," tweeted Prakash Raj.In his post titled "To whomsoever it may concern", Prakash Raj said "If abusing and manhandling young couples on the streets of my country in the name of morality is not terrorising... If taking the law into hands and lynching people on slightest doubt of cow slaughter is not terrorising...If trolling with abuse, threat...to silence even a slightest voice of dissent is not terrorising...Then what is terrorising... Just asking."In a Tamil news magazine, Kamal Haasan had written, "The right wing cannot challenge talk of Hindu terrorists becaus

pro-dhinakaran lawyers burn actor kamal haasan's photo in coimbatore

A group of lawyers owing allegiance to rebel AIADMK leader and newly elected MLA, T T V Dhinakaran, burnt some photographs of actor Kamal Haasan here today, police said.The lawyers, who assembled in front of the district court, raised slogans against the actor for alleging that money power was behind Dhinakaran's win in the December 21 R K Nagar bypoll and accused him of denigrating the voters.In an article as part of his weekly series in a recent issue of Tamil magazine 'Ananda Vikatan,' Haasan had described the bypoll, held due to the demise of former chief minister J Jayalalithaa, as a "stain" on Indian democracy.Dhinakaran has hit back saying Haasan was making such allegations as he could not digest his win in the bypoll.The rebel leader, who contested as an independent, won by a margi

what do the stars foretell?

Above: Will the huge fan following of Rajinikanth (left) and Kamal Haasan translate into votes?/Photo: Cinema.comRajinikanth and Kamal Haasan, these political novices must compete with the money power, organisational strength and foot soldiers of the two established parties, the AIADMK and the DMK~By R RamasubramanianWith superstars Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan announcing that they will be entering politics by launching their own political parties, an old debate has re-surfaced— can actors capture political power in Tamil Nadu in the next assembly elections in May 2021 as easily as in the past?Tamil Nadu (TN) is the only state where in its 47 years of existence from 1969 to 2016, only three people have become chief ministers. They are DMK’s M Karunanidhi and AIADMK’s MG Ramachandran (MGR)

prepared to die in service of my nation: kamal haasan at big boss finale

Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan, who has been in the news for his plans of a political debut, said he is prepared to die while serving his nation.
Kamal spoke of it at the finale of the Tamil version of reality show "Bigg Boss", which marked his television debut. It came to an end on Saturday.
On the occasion, Kamal made his political entry very clear.
"I'm definitely coming there," Kamal said, pointing towards audiences.
"I'm not exploiting this stage. I'm speaking from the bottom of my heart. If you think I should continue acting, then say it aloud. If you think I need to serve the society and bring about a change, say it now. I'm prepared to die in service of my nation," he said.
As the host of the show, Kamal won over audiences over the course of last few months.
He congratula

newsmaker: kamal haasan, a risk tamil nadu might want to take

How cow-related violence has risen in IndiaBusiness StandardThe 63-year-old Haasan, born Parthasarathy - the youngest child in a family of lawyers - is no stranger to the limelightN Sundaresha Subramanian  Last Updated at September 24, 2017 23:14 ISThttp://mybs.in/2UYsQqq

kamal haasan to announce political party's name on february 21

Kamal Haasan will announce his political party's name on February 21 at Tamil Nadu's Ramanathapuram and begin a state-wide tour the same day.The tour will be held in phases. He will begin the journey from Ramanathapuram -- his hometown -- and later visit people from the districts of Madurai, Dindigul and Sivagangai.It will mark Haasan's official entry into politics about which he has been making overtures since last year."At the commencement of the journey, I intend to announce the name of my political party along with the guiding principles we intend to live by," Haasan said in a statement yesterday.The veteran actor said he intends to challenge the status quo "that has been plaguing the politics of Tamil Nadu for some time now"."However, for this to happen, my thoughts and actions need t

shruti haasan husband, age, height, mother and biography

Kanna is her nickname and ‘lean’ is what describes her physique. Tamil, Telugu and Hindi films have been her acting domain. She has been born in the prominent Haasan family. She has bagged not one but 3 Filmfare Awards. She is one of the leading actresses of South Indian cinema. More importantly, she is a delight to watch on screen. In fact, no way can you miss out her pristine face and perfect bod. She is Shruti Haasan.Personal DetailsNameShruti Rajalakshmi HaasanBirthday Date28 January 1986Sun SignAquariusEye ColorHazel BrownHair ColorBlackNationalityIndianReligionHinduEducationSchooling from Abacus Montessori School (Chennai), College from St. Andrew’s College (Mumbai), Graduate in PsychologyOccupationSinger, Composer, Model and ActressMarital StatusSingleHere is a lingual surprise for

kejriwal meets kamal haasan, hails actor

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today met veteran actor Kamal Haasan and hailed him for coming out against communalism and corruption amid mounting speculation that the latter would take a political plunge.Kejriwal also said that the 62-year-old multilingual actor should enter politics. Today's interaction where the two men had mutual admiration for each other was the second high-profile meeting Haasan had with a political figure in three weeks. The actor had called on Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in Thiruvananthapuram on September i."It is important at this point when the country is facing strong forces of corruption and communalism, all like minded people should talk to each other on these issues and work in tandem," said the Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) chief with Haasan by his s

kamal haasan launches whistleblowing app, to state party's name in 3 months

Veteran actor Kamal Haasan is expected to announce his new political party's name in the next two-three months.
Speaking to reporters on his 63rd birthday, the actor, who will soon turn a politician, announced the launch of an application #KH with several links like #maiamwhistle (centre whistle) and #theditheerpomvaa" (let us search and resolve). 
Calling out to people to be whistleblowers, Haasan said the app will act as a digital platform for people to complain and interact with him.
He said the name for the app was derived from Ashoka Chakra, which is a depiction of the dharmachakra, represented with 24 spokes. 
The actor said he need time to come out with a manifesto and a name for the party and he is working on the structural part of it. "I am in no hurry and there is no need

kamal haasan makes cryptic remarks on aiadmk merger

Veteran actor Kamal Haasan today continued with his take on Tamil Nadu politics, as he took an apparent dig at the merger of the two factions of the ruling AIADMK by using the analogy of a "clown's cap".The actor said the "clown's cap" was now being foisted on the head of Tamils and urged them to "erupt".The actor-director used the word "kulla" (cap) to make the cryptic remarks, apparently aimed at the ruling AIADMK whose two factions, each led by Chief Minister K Palaniswami and his predecessor O Panneerselvam, merged after a six-month separation.Foisting a 'kulla' on one's head in Tamil refers to somebody virtually being taken for a ride by another person.The actor at no point made any explicit reference to anybody, but the timing of his Tweet coincided with the merger of the two faction

birthday boy kamal hasaan launches app to stay in touch with people

Actor Kamal Haasan, who launched a mobile app to interact with people on Tuesday, said that work to float a new party is underway."Lots of work has been done. At present, I am consulting with experts and friends. I will make the announcement at an appropriate time. Party name is just a formality," said Kamal.Kamal, who turned 63 on Tuesday, said he was also working on the structural part of his new party.Stating that there is no hurry to unveil his political outfit, the actor said he has planned to travel across the state and meet people from all walks of life to understand their issues before entering the political arena."My intention is to work with the people," he said.While explaining about the mobile app, Kamal claimed that it would act as a platform to get in touch with people on a r

dravidian identity should be expanded to all south indian states: kamal haasan

Veteran star Kamal Haasan today said the term 'Dravidian' should be expanded beyond Tamil Nadu to all southern states which will help dictate terms to the central government. "Dravidian is not related to Tamil Nadu alone. If we celebrate Dravidian across South India this discrimination would end." he said. Kamal said he intended to launch his political tour of Tamil Nadu on February 21 from the residence of late President APJ Abdul Kalam at Ramanathapuram, which is also the hometown of the actor. Kamal made the comments in a weekly column in Tamil weekly 'Ananda Vikatan.' The top actor said he too shared the vision of Kalam who dreamt of a "good Tamil Nadu." By launching his political tour from the residence of the late leader, he would be moving forward towards that goal, the actor said.

kamal haasan apologises for supporting demonetisation

Actor Kamal Haasan, about whom speculation is rife that he may take the political plunge soon, has apologised for "hastily" supporting demonetisation, and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should accept his "mistake".Haasan said he was "duty-bound to openly apologise for his haste" in lauding the noteban, announced by the prime minister on November 8 last year.Writing for his "Ennul Mayyam Konda Puyal", (which roughly translates as 'storm inside me'), a column in Tamil weekly Ananda Vikatan, which hit the stands today, the actor said, "If the prime minister admitted the mistake...without being obstinate, another salaam (salute) from me is waiting for him."He, however, did not make it clear what aspects he wanted Modi to admit as the "mistake" -- the demonetisation decision per se or the im

sorry for backing note ban, pm modi too should apologise: kamal haasan

Actor Kamal Haasan, about whom speculation is rife that he may take the political plunge soon, has apologised for "hastily" supporting demonetisation, and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should accept his "mistake".Haasan said he was "duty-bound to openly apologise for his haste" in lauding the note ban, announced by the prime minister on November 8 last year.Writing for his "Ennul Mayyam Konda Puyal", (which roughly translates as 'storm inside me'), a column in Tamil weekly Ananda Vikatan, which hit the stands today, the actor said, "If the prime minister admitted the mistake...without being obstinate, another salaam (salute) from me is waiting for him."He, however, did not make it clear what aspects he wanted Modi to admit as the "mistake" -- the demonetisation decision per se or the i

minister asks kamal to prove charges of corruption in govt

Dismissing actor Kamal Haasan's allegations of corruption in the state government, Tamil Nadu minister S P Velumani today asked him to come out with evidence to prove his statement."Is there any evidence (for the actor) to prove that corruption prevails in various government departments. If so, let him prove it," the Municipal Administration minister told reporters here.The minister also asked Haasan whether he was ready to furnish details of tax he had paid for his films.The actor had reportedly said that there was corruption in various government departments in the state.Velumani said the actor had never raised such allegations earlier. "It is of late that Haasan started talking about many things without any evidence.... he should collect details before talking about any topic."Reacting

union budget 'indifferent' towards middle classes: kamal haasan

Veteran actor Kamal Haasan, who has announced his foray into politics, today said the union budget showed that the Centre's attention has "slightly" turned towards farmers and rural areas. This was a 'bit soothing,' he said. However, the Centre seems to have been 'indifferent' to the middle classes, he said in his response to the budget presented yesterday by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. "As far I understand, their (Centre's) attention has slightly turned towards farmers and rural areas. This is a bit soothing," he told reporters when they sought his response to the budgetary announcements made by Jaitley. "As far as the middle class is concerned, they seem to have been indifferent," to the latter, he added. However, it was a matter of 'joy' that the Centre's attention has 'slightly' tur

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