On Seeing The Announcement Of Kamal 232, Netizens Questioned His Political Venture !!

Announcement of Kamal Haasan’s 232rd film stormed the Internet with no.1 trending in Twitter. Director Lokesh kanagaraj, ardent fan of the Ulaganayagan actor made the long awaited update public by posting a tweet in his official twitter account. “Aandavarukku Nandri” )Thanks to the God) said Lokesh Kanagaraj while unleashing the poster of his upcoming film.

Check out his tweet below :

“Once upon a time, there lived a Ghost” it was written in the poster in a way of hinting about the genre of the movie. The texture of Kamal haasan in the poster is filled with Guns and bullets. The film which is going to be produced by Kamal Haasan’s own production house, Raaj Kamal films, has music director Anirudh Ravichander on board.

As soon as the announcement surfaced, it trended in Twitter at top spot. Along with fans, several celebrities expressed their eagerness towards the project. After 2006 flick Vettaiyadu Vilayaadu where Gautam menon, an ardent fan of actor Kamal Haasan directed him, it is the second time, the Ulaganayagan actor nodded to his fanboy.

Check out how celebrities reacted to this announcement :

Amidst the excitement and eagerness, a set of people questioned about the political venture of the “Makkal Needhi Maiam” president. As per reports, Indian 2, sequel of his blockbuster film has 50 % of shoot pending with his political drama “Thalaivan Irukkindran” to go on floors. It is notable that the poster of Kamal Haasan 232 informs that the film is planned to be released on the summer of 2021.

The actor is all set to host the 100 days show Bigg Boss as well which raised questions among the Internet users regarding his plans for the upcoming election. “So he is confident that his party will either not contest / not win the elections ?” asked one of a twitter user whereas another one questioned how many protests Kamal participated in, apart from acting in films and hosting Bigg Boss show.

Check out some of the reactions below :

However, Kamal Haasan has answered to those who demanded him to leave cinema to enter politics way before. Nearly, a year ago, the actor cum politician said that no politician is full time in politics, including veteran MGR. “Don’t expect me to sacrifice my space. I need my Sundays to myself I’ll be honest about it. Who’s full-time here? The Prime Minister? Politicians should be paid well so that they don’t feel like stealing.” the Virumaandi actor said.

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