Superstar Rajnikant to enter politics with his own party

Tamil superstar Rajinikanth on Sunday declared his intend to enter politics and said he would drift his own party.

Talking on the most recent day of his fan meet at Raghavendra Marriage Hall in Kodambakkam here, Rajinikanth said he would challenge the following (2021) assembly election and would handle competitors in all the 234 assembly constituencies in Tamil Nadu.

He stated, “I am not entering politics for post or position. if I had wanted it, I would have got it in 1996 itself. If at the age of 45 I had not aspired for that, why would I do it at the age of 68?”

The superstar stated, “My politics will be founded on most profound sense of being, not on religion or caste.”

“The entire thing needs to change. The system needs to change. Democracy has been corrupted down. It should be washed ,” he included.

“From the times of kings and rulers plundering different nations and kingdoms, we have gone to a level where rulers are plundering their own nation,” said Rajinikanth.

He said politics in the state in the course of the most recent year had influenced individuals to hang their heads in disgrace.

He said there was no opportunity to take a gander at the nearby body polls. In any case, he would accept a call nearer to the 2019 Lok Sabha polls on whether to challenge in that or not.

“This isn’t a film. This is politics. We need to spread ourselves to each road in the road,” Rajni said.

He said at first the emphasis ought to be on reinforcing fan clubs, resuscitating those that are outdated and getting everybody, particularly ladies society, into them.

Fans observed Rajinikanth’s declaration of his choice to enter politics. They moved and yelled trademarks.

“I will join Rajinikanth’s party,” BJP Tiruvallur official board of trustees part SV Selvaraj, who was among the fans, told TOI.

Fan club Salem area functionary K M Parthasarathi stated, “The superstar will from now on be known as Makkal Kavalan (defender of individuals), not Mannan and Thalapathi.”