Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Okay Palaniswami on Thursday attacked Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) founder Kamal Haasan for hosting the fact present ‘Bigg Boss, saying the actor was “spoiling good families”.
“At the age of 70, he (Kamal Haasan) is hosting Bigg Boss. How will it be if people hosting Bigg Boss would come into politics? His job is to spoil good families. If kids watch that, they will get spoiled, good families will also get spoiled,” the chief minister stated.
The criticism comes within the backdrop of the actor invoking the legacy of the ruling occasion’s founder, former chief minister, the late MG Ramachandran, and the MNM chief lashing out at authorities over corruption.
Haasan, nevertheless, responded in a somewhat lighter tone. The actor stated he was blissful “that the chief minister is also watching Bigg Boss,” whose Tamil model he anchors on a non-public TV channel.
The MNM chief had additionally lately invoked the legacy of Ramachandran, a vastly widespread chief, when he had stated he was ‘persevering with’ the dream of the previous chief Minister to make Madurai the second capital of Tamil Nadu.
He had additionally hinted Ramachandran can’t be confined merely to DMK, from the place he began his political journey or his based AIADMK.
He had stated he grew up ‘on the lap of MGR’ whereas a number of Tamil Nadu Ministers wouldn’t have even seen him personally.
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