Supporting SC's view and backing their decision, he said, "I feel information technology's growth should not be stopped, cannot be stopped."
Also criticizing the Censor Board for their set of rules, the veteran actor said, "If I feel like saying something in the language I want, I have to write and get permission from the Board, like in the British times. But I am an artiste, I have all the rights to say what I want and also question them."
Kamal is currently busy attending the inaugural function of FICCI Frames 2015 at Mumbai. The event which starts today will go on for the next couple of days.
He also spoke about reviving his dream project Marudhanayagam and revealed that he intends to release it in English as it is an international cinema.
Talking about how he would keep working despite facing many criticisms and oppositions, the multitalented star said, "I can't sit idle. I am always eager to give audiences good projects because they are expecting it from me."
The sexagenarian has already started to work on his upcoming Tamil project, which is said to be a thriller set against the backdrop of Mauritius. Stay tuned for further updates on this exciting project.