Kamal Haasan, who is known to voice his opinion without exhibiting fear, has lashed out at the politicians, rich and Government of Tamil Nadu for the current situation of Chennai, which is flooded because of continuous rains over the past few days.
Speaking to Firstpost, an angry Kamal Haasan has said, "It's a nightmare for the poor and the middle class. The rich should feel guilty. I am not so rich and yet I feel guilty when I look outside my window and see how people in my city are suffering".
Questioning Government's negligence in this time of crisis, the star actor has asked, "The entire system has collapsed. It will take Chennai months to get back to normal even when the rains stop. Where is all of the taxpayer's money going? I don't take black money. I pay my taxes. What is being done for me and my people with my hard-earned money?"
He has also vented out his anger by calling politicians - self-appointed Gods, "I have no God. And I definitely won't accept the authority and decisions of the self-appointed Gods- the politicians. The ruling party ,whoever they are, don't mind spending Rs 4000 crore for corporate projects. We are around 120 crore people in the country. Why not distribute all the Rs 4000 crore among us? That would make all Indians tri-crorepatis," the Thoongaavanam actor has said.