Ram Gopal Varma: India will become as powerful as America when superstar Rajinikanth becomes the PM

This is a typical RGV comment and it will be worth watching how Rajinikanth fans react to it.

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Ram Gopal Varma: India will become as powerful as America when superstar Rajinikanth becomes the Prime Minister

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Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma is no stranger to making weird and OTT statements on Twitter. In the past, the ‘Rangeela’ director has commented on almost everything under the sun—right from Baahubali to Pawan Kalyan’s political ambitions—in his unique way, Now, RGV has commented on Rajinikanth’s political ambitions and said that India will become as strong as the USA, when Rajini becomes Prime Minister.

“In the context of India’s position in entire world of some 200 countries only when Rajinikanth becomes the PM of India is when India will become America by actually rising from 2.zero to 200. Zero,” he added.

Well, this is a typical RGV comment and one really does not know how to react to it. In case you did not know, on December 31, Rajinikanth had announced that he would be forming his own political party and adding a new dimension to his life.

“I will be beginning my own party and will be contesting in the upcoming State Elections. We will independently stand in all 234 Constituencies in Tamil Nadu. Before the state election, we will discuss what we can do, and what we cannot do. If we don’t do what we promise, We will resign within 3 years. We will be running spiritual politics,” he had said.

On the work front, Rajinikanth currently has 2.0 and Kaala in his kitty. 2.0 is touted to be a sci-fi thriller and has been directed by S Shankar. In it, ‘Thalaiva’ will be seen alongside Amy Jackson and Bollywood’s Akshay Kumar. On the other hand, Kaala is a crime-thriller and has been produced by Dhanush.

As far as RGV is concerned, he is currently working on a film with Nagarjuna. It features the veteran actor in the role of a cop and also has newcomer Myra Sareen in a key role.

So, what do you make of RGV’s remark? Comments, please!

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