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20 Jan 2018, Edition - 921, Saturday

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Tamilnadu News

Rajinikanth to enter politics very soon?

Covai Post Network

Speculation is once again rife that Rajinikanth will enter politics and is about to make his mind known before the end of the year.

Sparking off this round of speculation was Gandhian leader Tamilaruvi Manian, who called on Rajinikanth on Friday at his residence and spent close to an hour with the superstar.

“Take it from me. Ranikanth will definitely enter politics and will make his mind public within the end of the year,” Manian claimed adding that “how he will enter politics, whether he will float a party etc will be disclosed later.”

What however is definite is that Rajinikanth will be meeting fans from December 26 to December 31 in Chennai where he is expected to announce his political plans, Manian asserted.

From 9 a.m to 3 p.m. Rajinikanth will hold photo sessions for fans from various districts. It is estimated that he would meet 1000 fans a day, Manian said.

But whether Rajinikanth will enter politics or not still continues to be a suspense as he himself has not declared anything about it clearly other than mere hints. The other superstar, Kamal Haasan claimed that he is already in politics.

But overtaking these two, younger Hero, Vishal entered the poll arena by filing nomination papers for the RK Nagar assembly bypolls. However, his nomination papers were rejected on technical grounds.