Rajinikanth has finally set his goals to enter politics. Political careers are a very far-sighted profession to make a stable place amongst the public in general. Rajinikanth has finally announced his entry into politics, ending the months-long unsureness which had kept his fans, observers, politicians and fellow film stars on tenterhooks for months. Addressing his fans at the sixth and the last day of his fan meet at Chennai’s Raghavendra Mandapam, Thalaivar has ushered the New Year with a bang.

Rajnikanth has announced his entry into politics and it has made us all enthusiastic. The 67-year-old, who had last week promised a “big announcement” on December 31, said his party would contest the next assembly elections in the state and field candidates for all 234 seats.

Earlier this week, the actor, while addressing his fans had said, “I am not new to politics. I’m there since 1996. I got delayed. Entering is equal to victory. I will announce a decision on December 31.” So the day of the declaration has made the amendments very clear.

Rajnikanth while addressing the public said that, “I am joining politics for sure,” he said amid deafening clapping at a packed Sri Raghavendra Kalyana Mandapam in Chennai. Quoting a shloka from the Bhagwad Gita that stresses the importance of doing one’s duty and leaving the rest to God, he added: “It is the compulsion of time.”

No sooner had Rajinikanth ended his speech than celebrations broke out at the venue and in different parts of the state. Sweets were distributed in buses and on trains, fans danced to songs from some of his hit films, and chants of “thalaivar” (leader) could be heard on the streets of Chennai.

We are also excited by the news of Rajnikanth entering into politics. Are you too?


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