Superstar Rajnikant who has met his fans after a gap of 16 years in his Raghavendra Wedding Hall in Kodambakkam has been speaking about the politics. Earlier, he said Tamilnadu people should be prepared for war who also said that Tamilnadu is lacking good leadership. While he hailed the opposition leader MK Stalin, he did not criticise openly the present ruling party.
BJP tried to woo him by sending its top leaders to meet him on various occasion. Even when some of the local leaders and actors who are associated with the party tried to project that Rajni is aligned with them which the Superstar has vehemently denied.
On the other hand, few Tamil outfits started raising their voice against the Supertar which included VCK, Naam Thamizhar which said Rajni is not a Tamil and Tamilnadu and its people should be ruled only by a Tamilian. They also criticised him for not raising his voice when Tamils were attacked in Karnataka. Some of them even went to an extent to burn his effigies couple of days back to show their mark of protest against him. This was countered by Rajni fan clubs who conducted protests across various places in the State.
Seeing all these incidents, Rajni who was rumoured to be announcing his own party launch on August 15th is understood to have sent a letter to all his fan clubs warning the erring fans of strict action. The letter said that the actor was not happy with the recent incidents and that no one should be indulged in any action whatsoever without the permission from him and if any member is found guilty, he/she would be relieved from all the posts from the fan club.
“I am authorising V M Sudhakar to remove functionaries and members of our club from its primary membership if they are found maligning its discipline and reputation,” he said in his letter.