During a road show in the streets of Tamil nadu, actor turned politician Kamal haasan who is going to contest in the electoral politics for the first time as an MLA candidate, has lost his “cool” and threw his party symbol away out of frustration. It is believed that the actor couldn’t hold his nerves due to a technical glitch that took place while he was interacting with the people.
As the election is nearing, leaders of various political parties are busy campaigning for their respective political parties. President of newly born “Makkal Needhi Maiam” Kamal Haasan is also giving his everything to make a significant impact in the upcoming assembly election.
The actor who is known for his word play, in a recent meeting of his party, allegedly compared himself with scientist and former president Abdul Kalam and became a subject to severe online troll. However, the original video which got surfaced said a different story. Read : Kamal Got Brutally Thrashed For His Statement About “Abdul Kalam” !! Watch The Original Video Here. Now, a video of himself throwing his party symbol torchlight out of frustration is going viral in social media platforms.
It has been reported that the actor got frustrated over his micro phone not working during the road show and threw away a torchlight which he was carrying in his hand while making his campaign speech. The video is going viral on social media platforms with various kind of reactions.
It is indeed strange that we haven't yet seen any academic papers on the violence of Iyengars in personal and political spaces.— Rajesh Rajamani (@rajamanirajesh) March 31, 2021
Seen here is Kamal Hassan exhibiting his violent streak against a possible party aide. 😕 pic.twitter.com/MSe1QMGy4X
Political parties of state Tamil nadu are busy campaigning for the upcoming assembly polls. The Election Commission of India announced the schedule for five upcoming assembly elections in the country – Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala, West Bengal and Puducherry. While Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry will have elections in a single phase, polls will be held in Assam in three phases. West Bengal, however, will have elections in eight phases.
Election Commission of India has announced about the voting and counting dates for Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Election. The elections for 234-member assembly will be held in single phase. The counting of votes will take place on May 2. All elections in 38 districts of Tamil Nadu consisting of 234 Assembly Constituencies will be held in single phase.