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CHENNAI: Actor Kamal Haasan clarified on Tuesday that his recent
“Hindu extremism” remarks, which created controversy,+
were misinterpreted as “Hindu terrorism” by the media.
Kamal, who celebrated his 63rd birthday on Tuesday, said, “I have to ensure that the remarks I make about Hindus do not offend the Hindus in my own family.”
Kamal’s mobile app
Four months after hinting at entering politics+
, Kamal finally took the plunge on his birthday by announcing his mobile app ‘Maiam Whistle,’ an e-vigil tool for citizens to report evils in society.
The app is undergoing software testing and will be made available in January. The actor sought the help of the news media to further his cause.
Addressing reporters here, Kamal said, “I will travel around Tamil Nadu to understand people’s problems, following which I will name the party.” The actor indicated that it would take three months for him to plan his trip.
“My dream is to make Tamil Nadu a state with maximum virtuous cycles. Doing one good deed will sow the seeds for more good deeds, forming a virtuous cycle. Our people are virtuous, but it has not translated into action. The virtuous cycle has turned into a vicious cycle because of taint,” said Kamal, making reference to the Ashoka Chakra.
Asked if he would contest the approaching local body elections, Kamal said, “First we have to get ready. We have to strengthen the party.”