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He added that it was something else that is needed to succeed in politics.

Days after Kamal Haasan announced that he would join hands with superstar Rajinikanth in politics, both the legendary actors were seen sharing a comfortable camaraderie at the inauguration of Sivaji Ganesan's memorial in Chennai on Sunday. After indicating a year-end deadline to launch his political party, actor Kamal Haasan is ready to wear grease paint for a sequel to his 1996 blockbuster Indian.

Last month, Haasan had said that he would join Rajinikanth if he were to enter politics.

Rajinikanth said his contemporary Kamal Haasan possibly knew what that something was, but might not want not share the secret with him. "He may have told me if I had asked him two months ago", Rajinikanth quipped referring to Kamal's imminent political debut. "Today, he says he will show me if I come with him", he added. His popularity and influence goes beyond cinema and politics.

The memorial of the "Nadigar Thilagam" who died in 2001 after starring in more than 300 films, had generated controversy after the Chief Minister bowed out of the inauguration ceremony.

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"He touched great heights only due to his performances", he said. In 2015, then chief minister Jayalalithaa had announced in the Assembly that a memorial will be built honouring Sivaji Ganesan, who ruled the Tamil film world since the 1950s.

"Panneerselvam is very fortunate, it has been proved many times", he said in an obvious reference to the leader being made chief minister thrice- twice when Jayalalithaa was convicted in different court cases, and later after her death in December 2016. A victor of the coveted Dada Saheb Phalke award, Sivaji had acted in over 300 films most of which were big hits. "I would have been standing outside, but I would have been here", the ulaga nayagan (global hero) said.

"If I had not been in cinema, I would have been a fan and even if I was not allowed entry here, I would have been waiting (outside)". "This is a film and political event".

The memorial was inaugurated on his birth anniversary in the presence of Fisheries Minister D Jayakumar, Information and Publicity Minister Kadambur Raju, senior members of South Indian Artistes Association and the family of Ganesan.

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