“Phone call away”: Kamal Haasan on political connection with Rajinikanth | India News

NEW DELHI: Chef of Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) Kamal Haasan on Tuesday said he’s only a “phone call away” when actor turns politician Rajinikanth wants to team up with his party before Tamil Nadu Assembly elections next year.
Kamal Haasan, who is on a campaign in the state, said he was willing to work with Rajinikanth for the benefit of the people if there were no ideological differences between the two.
“We’re just a phone call away. If our ideology is similar and it would benefit people, we’re ready to put our egos aside and cooperate with one another,” said the MNM founder when asked if he would start one wants alliance with Rajinikanth’s party.

This isn’t the first time Haasan, himself a retired actor, has hinted at an association with Rajinikanth.
On Sunday, Haasan had said that there is always the possibility of new alliances when asked if his party would sign an election contract with Rajinikanth’s outfit for the Tamil Nadu elections in 2021.
Earlier this month, Rajinikanth announced that he would found his political party in January and that the announcement would be made on December 31st.
Meanwhile, a political party called “Makkal Sevai Katchi” in Tamil Nadu, which was given the voting symbol “autorickshaw” by the electoral commission of Indiahad mentioned the name of the actor Rajinikanth in the application.
The applicant, whose name was not disclosed, had sought the symbol “two-finger pose” or “hasta mudra” (made famous by Rajini in the 2002 film “Baba”) as a first preference.