'Our ideologies should match, if ally to happen': Kamal keeps suspense on joining hands with Rajini
Superstars Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan both have already taken plunge into politics. While the speculation is rife that Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan may well never join hands in their new avatars, Kamal said,''Our ideologies should match, if ally to happen.''
There were reports earlier that on February 21, Kamal will be announcing his political party's name at Tamil Nadu's Ramanathapuram and begin a state-wide tour the same day. However, this will mark Kamal's official entry into politics about which he has been making overtures since last year.
The tour will be held in phases. He will begin the journey from Ramanathapuram - his hometown - and later visit people from the districts of Madurai, Dindigul and Sivagangai.
Kamal had on November 7, his birthday, announced a mobile app #Maiam Whistle.
Meanwhile, Rajinikanth had also launched a website and an application for people to register and pledge support, Kamal too is working on an application and will launch it anytime in January. However, because of the delay he had to face a lot of criticism.