Is Kamal Haasan hinting at an entry into politics?

Kamal Haasan posted a poem on his Twitter page last night which indirectly hints at an entry into politics.

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Kamal Haasan has been in the news ever since his hosting stint with the Bigg Boss Tamil. The actor surprised everyone with his announcement of arrival on the small screen because not many expected that he would choose a reality show like Bigg Boss to foray into television. And ever since the show kicked off, there have been many controversies that clouded the show and kept Kamal too in the news.

Few weeks after the launch of the show, a Hindu activist outfit has demanded that the show be banned and the host Kamal Haasan be arrested because it is against the Tamil culture. Kamal, however, did not respond to any of these and the show went on.

The actor now has reacted in a way nooone would have expected. Taking to Twitter, Kamal Haasan posted a poem which gave a hint that he might enter politics as well. The poem overall suggests how a leader should behave.

Transliterated by TOI, Kamal Haasan’s poem goes like this – “Let us criticise, none is king now. Let us spring up heartily, as we are not kings like them. If routed and dead, I am militant. If I decide, I am ‘mudhalvar’. Am I a slave because I bow? Am I a loser if I shun the crown? It’s an error to shoo them as fools. Paths can’t be seen unless searched. Come along with me, Comrade, one who sets out to smash absurdity will be a leader.”

Kamal Haasan has left everyone thinking what he meant by this and many are speculating that he might enter politics soon.

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