Chennai: Actor Kamal Haasan has invited new legal trouble for himself yet again.Moving over movies, but his undaunted opinions on the Tamil Nadu politicial crisis following the death of late chief minister Jayalalithaa.
Like most of the country, Kamal was also seemingly glued to television, when a floor test was conducted to let the newly appointed chief minister Edappadi K Palanisamy prove that he has the backing of the majority of AIADMK MLAs.
The Vishwaroopam actor posted several tweets on the dramatic political developments in connection with the assembly floor test. And his observations have clearly irked a section of politicians.
An affiliate of the Tamil Nadu ruling party, Indian National League Party, has filed a police complaint against Kamal for allegedly provoking general public against elected representatives, said reports.
“There you go. Seems like we have another CM. Jai de-mockcrazy. People of Tamizhnadu, Welcome your respective MLAs with the respect they deserve back home,” Kamal said in a series of tweets mocking last week’s high-voltage political drama that played out in the state assembly.
Ever since the demand for revoking the Supreme Court ban on Jallikattu snowballed into a massive people’s movement and rendered successful results, Kamal has been very proactive in making his political views public.