Vijay's meeting with Narendra Modi has become a talk of the town. The Tamil actor's decision to meet the BJP Prime Minstertial candidate has come as a surprise to many, as his earlier political connections had backfired him. After the Velayudham actor, now, all eyes are on Ajith Kumar, who has stayed away from politics all these years.
Illayathalapathy Vijay always wanted himself to be engaged in decicion making process. His associations during various elections with different parties give you a clear picture about his politicial ambitions. But it is not in case of his on-screen rival, Ajith Kumar. The Thala is apolitical and has no interest in poltics.
As we all know, politics and cinema go hand in hand in Tamil Nadu. During the last assembly elections, Ajith Kumar's fans from different regions, without his consent, involved in politics. Banners of the actor along with local leaders started appearing in some places. And all these developments happened with the support of local fans clubs.
But the actor remained clueless about it. And surprisingly, when he heard from his close associates, Ajith was shocked and could not tolerate it. Hence, he disband his fans clubs all across the state. Continue reading the story...
Ajith Wanted In Politics
Now, the buzz says that some of the political parties wanted Ajith Kumar to associate directly or indirectly in politics for this Loksabha elections.
Disband Fans Clubs
At least, they wanted Ajith Kumar's disband fans clubs to work for them. It is for the same reason some spread that the actor would re-launch his fans club again.
But Ajith Kumar has continued to maintain the same stand. The actor doesn't want to endorse any party and he is not keen to use his popularity for his politicial gains.
Ajith's Only Interest Is Films
Like before, Ajith Kumar will stay away from politics. He is only interested in films and wants only to get recognised for his films than anything else.
So, for all those who thought that Ajith Kumar would enter politics, it might be disappointing because the actor, at least at this stage, will not associate himself in any politics.