Actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan recently hit the political campaign, not to seek support for his party Makkal Needhi Maiam, but to seek votes for the DMK-backed Congress candidate EVKS Elangovan in the Erode East bypoll. When Kamal Haasan nodded his support to Elangovan, it was speculated that whether he is turning tables towards the state ruling party.
Certainly, Kamal Haasan's decision to support the DMK alliance has culminated to a question that whether he is going to ally with DMK. As the political parties are beefing up their strategies for the 2024 Lok Sabha polls, the talk about Kamal Haasan's possible political venture with the DMK has become the talk of the town and his latest intimacy with the DMK leaders put that question before him.
On Tuesday- February 28, Kamal Haasan had inaugurated a photo exhibition, dedicated to Chief Minister MK Stalin ahead of his 70th birthday. Stalin will celebrate his 70th birthday on March 1 and with the view of remniscing his political journey, the photo exhibition, titled 'Our Chief Minister is our pride', has been organized at Parry's Corner, Chennai. The exhibition would be held till March 12.
During the inauguration, Kamal Haasan was joined by Tamil Nadu Minister PK Sekar Babu and DMK's Chennai Central Lok Sabha MP Dayanidhi Maran. After the inauguration, Kamal Haasan toured the exhibition and wrote on the visitor's book that it's imperative that the life of MK Stalin must be captured in history.
Kamal Haasan addressed the reporters during which he faced the question of whether he is allying with the DMK. In a response that is going viral, Kamal Haasan said, "Nothing can be said now. You have to go scene by scene. Don't go for climax now." By citing that his friendship with MK Stalin is beyond politics, Kamal Haasan stated, "Realising the importance of the show, I postponed the shoot. Also, it was MK Stalin who faced challenges and gradually rose to become the Chief Minister." The legendary actor has also extended his birthday wishes to MK Stalin.