Kamal Haasan has had series of incidents in his life which are disturbing in nature. Firstly, he injured himself while shooting in the US for his directorial venture Sabaash Naidu. Few months later his elder brother, Chandra Haasan passed away and this was a major jolt to the thespian. After these two major incidents, he had a minor fire accident at his Chennai residence and was advised to rest for few more weeks by his doctors, which meant resumption to shoot for Sabaash Naidu was not happening soon. It takes a lot for Kamal Haasan to go through all this and yet stay strong. But news from the recent reports seem to be bringing him more trouble.
A court in Tamil Nadu has summoned the actor in connection to a PIL filed a group called Hindu Makkal Katchi (HMK) of Tirunelveli district. The PIL was filed by the group after Kamal Haasan made some comments on Mahabharata. A leading daily had reported that Kamal Haasan had expressed shock that Indians follow and celebrate a book that showed women was depicted as an object and used as a collateral in game of gambling.
He had said, “In Mahabharata, Panchali was used as collateral. India is a country that respects and honours a book that revolves around men gambling away a woman as if she was a mere object.“
Post this the group, HMK, filed a PIL in a court in Tamil Nadu and the judge has summoned the actor to court in this regard. Parvananda Swamy of Basaveshwara Mutt also had filed a police complaint regarding this and demanded that the actor apologize for his comments.