Rajinikanth says 'no' to politics again
A day after his fans held an agitation in Chennai, urging him to reverse his choice, the actor said he has already made known his decision and explained the reasons for it.
Mega star Rajinikanth on Monday categorically said he would not enter politics and appealed to his fans to not organise any events to urge him to reconsider his decision. A day after his fans held an agitation in Chennai, urging him to reverse his choice, the actor said he has already made known his decision and explained the reasons for it.
In a statement posted on his Twitter handle, he appealed to his fans to not organise such events seeking him to enter politics and make him sad more and more.
Better to allow him to be himself #rajinikanthhealthcondition #rajinikanthpoliticalexit #rajinikanthpolitics #rajinikanthfanclub #RajiniFansProtest #RajiniMakkalMandram #RajiniFans https://t.co/H1OZXuudqY— RSA selvan (@thamizhpatham) January 11, 2021
Thousands of Rajinikanth fans from all over Tamilnadu have gathered in Valluvarkottam urging Rajinikanth to change his decision and shouting slogan Vaa Thalaiva vaa. #vaathalaivavaa #RajiniFans #RajiniFansProtest #RajinikanthPolitics #RajiniMakkalMandram #Chennai @rajinikanth pic.twitter.com/6M0y8br5Ll— DT Next (@dt_next) January 10, 2021
After his hospitalisation in Hyderabad for fluctuation in blood pressure, the actor declared on December 29 that he would not enter politics given his health condition vis-a-vis the coronavirus pandemic. The actor underwent a renal transplant in 2016 and is on immunosuppressants.