Since the past few days, a buzz has been making noise in Delhi and Tamil Nadu politics, that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is planning to make Super Star Rajinikanth as the next President of India. Though, Tamil superstar Rajinikanth is maintaining silence over the issue; it seems, Modi is cent percent confident to make Rajini as the President of India.
It is a well-known fact that recently, Supreme Court has cut off the names of senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Union Minister Uma Bharati, because allegedly they were involved in Babri Masjid demolition case. So, BJP ruled out these names from the list of leaders, who can become the next President of India.
There are rumors that Narendra Modi likely considers Draupadi Murmu, who is the current governor of Jharkhand state for this post, but only Rajinikanth’s only on headlines since the past few days.
It is all because of Rajinikanth’s super popularity and we are all well aware of the fact that he is the only one actor in Indian Cinema who has a huge fan base and people go crazy even just hearing his name. He treated like a God in Tamil Nadu. So, BJP might plan to introduce him into politics from their side, as no one from opposition parties will have guts to say No.
If they say so, none of his fans vote for them. It looks like Modi has sketched for a bigger plan than never before. If the news is true, then it will create a huge impact than demonetization in the country. Also it can be said that to lessen the negativity from the south parts of India, BJP is bringing Rajinikanth into the Presidential race.
On the other hand, Rajinikanth is currently busy with the shooting of his next 2.0 under the direction of Shankar. Akshay Kumar will be seen playing a lead in this project. And also, he has plans to launch another film with Kabaali fame Ranjith in May. Let’s see what is going to happen. Stay Tuned to this space, we will be updating the latest news on Rajinikanth to be next president of India.
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