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Throwing another volley, the actor, who is considered to be close to the Hindutva-leaning BJP government, also told reporters that demonetisation implementation was wrong.
Asked about the disqualified MLAs’ decision to pray for an early judgment, Shyam said the SC might not give such an assurance.
A day after the third judge decided the fate of the 18 MLAs in the Madras HC, the disqualified legislators held a closed-door meeting at a private hotel.
Amid reports that it was an attempt by Dhinakaran to keep his flock together, his close associate P Vetrivel asserted there was no problem and the 17 disqualified MLAs.
The video is titled 'How to Become a Politician in Tamilnadu' and it depicts 'NOTA' actor Vijay Devarakonda learning the tricks of the trade of politics from YouTuber Rajmohan.
How Stalin settles issues with his brother and co-sister would be crucial for the party.
When empires fall, the legacy of emperors is defined by their glory.
Malayalam superstar Mammootty has written an emotional farewell message to former Tamil Nadu CM and DMK supremo Karunanidhi who passed away on Tuesday.
Karunanidhi contested his first election in 1957 from Kulithalai constituency and since then it was no looking back as he went on to become the undisputed king.
Whether the Congress leaders would dare to take any such adventure remains to be seen.
The 69-year-old leader seems to have managed to maintain a low profile amidst the political turmoil in the state, but is silently taking steps to strengthen the grand old party in the state.
He had also announced that there would be no more films for him as his plunge into politics for the people of Tamil Nadu is final.
The MLAs were disqualified after they had called on Tamil Nadu Governor expressing lack of confidence in the leadership of Palaniswami and seeking a change of guard.
Kaala is a little different for Rajinikanth, as he's now not only a well-known cine star, but also a celebrated figure whose entry into politics has not been a smooth sail.
To rule Tamil Nadu one should be attached to Tamil tradition, says actor-turned-politician R Sarathkumar
In a freewheeling chat with S Kumaresan, he talks about the ambitions he has for his party and his take on actors entering politics.