Rajinikanth enters politics, here are five statements by the actor on the change he wants to bring in

Tamil superstar Rajinikanth on Sunday announced his entry into politics. The actor took a dig at politics and governance in Tamil Nandu and said that the state’s political situation has become nothing less than a joke and hence, he thinks it was the right time to “change the government, change the system”. Rajinikanth said at the fans meet-and-greet at Raghavendra Kalayana Mandapam, Chennai. The Thalaivaa made some strong statements at the event. Here’s recapping what he said:

“I will be floating my own party and contest elections in all seats in TN. I did not have political ambitions when I was 45, so will I have it when I’m 68? I am not doing this for any post. My entry into politics is definite. It is the need of the times.” (Picture credit: Twitter/@SirJadeja)

“I don’t fear to enter politics, but I fear the media. I am still a child in this context. I need to be more active and alert in the media. Cho sir had already warned me about the same. Today, I miss him a lot; he would have given me more strength for this new beginning,” said the actor while remembering late actor, humorist and political analyst, Cho Ramaswamy, on the occasion. (Picture credit: Twitter/RajiniFollowers)

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