In an interaction with India’s television presenter Barkha Datt after his speech at the Annual Indian Conference in Harvard University, Boston, actor Kamal Haasan dismissed the rumours about his joining hands with fellow actor Rajinikanth.
Kamal expressed concerns over their differences in the way good must be done to the people and Rajini’s initial statement on entering politics giving him a hue.
“I hope his hue is not saffron,” Kamal said, hinting that he would wait till Rajinikanth announces his manifesto to take a call on a possible alliance.
Kamal during the course of the interaction with the student community at Harvard, also hit out against intrusion of free choice in the country pertaining to food, intercaste marriage and sexual orientation.
Kamal Haasan will begin his political journey at the residence of former President Abdul Kalam in Rameshwaram on February 21 before unveiling the party flag and name at the first public meeting in Madurai on the same day.