Kamal Haasan pens word on Mahatma Gandhi’s seventy fifth dying anniversary: ‘I bow on the memorial day’


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Actor and politician Kamal Haasan gave a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his seventy fifth dying anniversary. Taking to Twitter, Kamal penned a word saying that he tries to be like Mahatma Gandhi. Earlier this month throughout a dialog with Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, the actor additionally revealed that he was a bitter critic of Gandhi in his teenagers. The actor additionally mentioned that he bowed earlier than the daddy of the nation. 

Kamal wrote on Twitter in Tamil, “Not a single day has passed in my life without thinking of Gandhi and uttering his name. There are many Gandhians even today who are proof that anyone can become a Gandhi if they try. I am one of those who try to be Gandhi. I bow on the memorial day.”

The actor is thought to be a giant admirer of Mahatma Gandhi, even final yr he took to his Twitter deal with to pay tribute to the daddy of the nation. On at the present time, Gandhi might have been assassinated, however he left behind an immortal philosophy to avoid wasting humanity.”

“All over the world, Gandhis are coming up to lead us. They are fighting for freedom, justice, equality, and nature. Let us also not search for Gandhi in others but change ourselves into Gandhi”.

Speaking to Rahul Gandhi, he shared about his 2000 launch Hey Ram which was based mostly on the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. The movie was launched in each Tamil and Hindi. Kamal opened up about how he agreed to do the undertaking and what went on behind the digital camera. He mentioned, “It was my way of saying sorry to my Bapu…I talk a lot about Gandhi ji now, but it wasn’t like that from the beginning. My father was a ‘Congressman’ but my environment made me a bitter critic of Gandhi ji when I was in my teens. My father said, ‘Just read history, you are talking from today.’ But today matters is what… He is a lawyer, but he didn’t argue with me on this”. 

Kamal Haasan and Rahul Gandhi’s candid dialog:

Just lately one other film by Rajkumar Santoshi, ‘Gandhi Godse: Ek Yudh’ was launched in theatres, which depicted the battle between the 2 opposing ideologies of Gandhi and Nathuram Godse. Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated by Nathuram Godse on January 30, 1948. 


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