Kamal Haasan writes note on Mahatma Gandhi’s 75th death anniversary: ​​’I bow down on Memorial Day’

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Actor-politician Kamal Haasan paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his 75th death anniversary. Taking to Twitter, Kamal wrote a note that he tries to be like Mahatma Gandhi. During a conversation with the Congress MP earlier this month Rahul Gandhi, the actor also revealed that he was a bitter critic of Gandhi in his teens. The actor also said that he bows down to the Father of the Nation.

Kamal wrote on Twitter in Tamil: “Not a day goes by in my life without thinking of Gandhi and without mentioning his name. There are many Gandhians today who are living proof that anyone can become a Gandhi if they try.” Maybe. I’m one of them.” Those who try to be Gandhi. I bow to him on Memorial Day.”

The actor is known to be a big fan of Mahatma Gandhi, even last year he took to his Twitter handle to pay tribute to the Father of the Nation. Gandhi may have been assassinated on this day, but he left behind an immortal philosophy to save humanity.”

“All over the world, Gandhi is coming to lead us. He is fighting for freedom, justice, equality and nature. Let us also not look for Gandhi in others but transform ourselves into Gandhi.”

While talking to Rahul Gandhi, he shared about his 2000 release Hey Ram which was based on the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. The film was released in both Tamil and Hindi. Kamal talks candidly about how he got drawn to do the project and what happened behind the camera. He said, “It was my way of saying sorry to Bapu… I talk a lot about Gandhiji now, but it was not so from the beginning. My father was a ‘Congressman’, but my environment made me a ‘Congressman’. ‘ made.” As a teenager, I was a bitter critic of Gandhiji. My father said, ‘Just read history, you are talking today.’ But what matters today is that… He is a lawyer, but he did not argue with me on this.

Kamal Haasan and Rahul Gandhi’s candid conversation:

Recently another film by Rajkumar Santoshi ‘Gandhi Godse: Ek Yuddh’ was released in the theatres, depicting the war between the two opposing ideologies of Gandhi and Nathuram Godse. Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated by Nathuram Godse on 30 January 1948.

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