If you ask me to go out of TN, my destination would be the Himalayas, says Rajinikanth

Last Updated: Fri, May 19, 2017 09:44 hrs

Addressing his fans today at Raghavendra Kalyana Mandapam, Superstar Rajinikanth has once again hinted about his political entry.

“I have a job to do, you also concentrate on your work. When war comes, will call each and every one of you”, said Rajinikanth, who compared his fans with people fighting for their king during the war.

“Now I'm 67 years old, I’ve been in Tamil Nadu for 44 years and only spent 23 years in Karnataka. Tamil people gave me money and fame, I’m a Pachai Tamizhan. If you ask me to go out of Tamil Nadu, my destination would be the Himalayas and not any other state”, added the Superstar, who said that his ancestors lived in Krishnagiri in Tamil Nadu.

“Today, Tamil Nadu have good leaders. Cho Ramasamy once told me if Stalin gets freedom, he can do an amazing job. Seeman is a great revolutionist and I’m stunned by some of his speeches, Anbumani Ramadoss is also a knowledgeable person but what to do? The system is corrupted, we should bring the change”, said Rajinikanth.

Talking about his previous speech on politics, “I didn’t expect that recent speech on politics would create controversy. But that’s fine in politics, opposition is the biggest investment”, said Rajinikanth.

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