Speaking during MNM’s fourth year inaugural ceremony in Chennai on February 21, Haasan spoke about his interaction with an advisor in the USA.
An analysis of vote share shows both the Dravidian majors have managed to secure a combined 60% or more votes since 1989; past attempts have been futile
In turn of events, Kamal Haasan's Makkal Neethi Maiam gets Battery Torch symbol for 2021 TN election
Hassan, in his official twitter handle, posted a video, announcing that the torch light symbol has been allotted to his party in all the 234 constituencies.
MNM founder Kamal Haasan on Wednesday said the party would pick candidates for elections on the basis of qualification, not caste.
Hitting out at his critics, he said they would be proven wrong on the prediction that the MNM would disappear soon, adding that instead the party would sustain itself with the support of the people.
People showering him and MNM their love and affection was proof that a 'good change' was in the offing, Kamal Haasan said.
The anti-DMK and anti-AIADMK votes which were expected to go to Rajinikanth's party will now be retained by the Dravidian parties.
The MNM chief charged that government offices in the state are operating on the basis of bribery through all stages of human life i.e. from birth to death
The actor-turned-politician is in the Rockfort City on a two-day visit for electioneering ahead of 2021 Assembly polls. He addressed crowds at different points in the city including Srirangam.
Arunachalam says he had differences with Kamal Haasan over the recent farm laws
Talking to the cadre in Nagercoil, Kamal said that his duty is to rebuild the State. Kamal inaugurated the office of party’s doctors wing at Marthandam.
As part of his campaign itinerary, he interacted with entrepreneurs and businessmen at a private hotel, followed by a meeting with advocates on Monday.
'Answer honourable elected Prime Minister,' he said hours before kick-starting the first phase of his campaign for the Assembly polls from Madurai in southern Tamil Nadu.
MNM chief Kamal Haasan will launch his campaign for the 2021 Tamil Nadu Assembly elections from December 13 onwards.
Following his support to Surappa, Kamal Haasan was mocked in social media allegedly by political activists for his stand on the varsity issue.