While he chose to stay away from the active politics and state scenarios despite announcing his political entry in 2017. His announcement that he would neither contest nor support any political party fizzled out many of his fans who awaited his mega launch. However, ’Thalaiva’ Rajinikanth was seen active while the anti-CAA protests are on peaks in Tamil Nadu, Chennai in specific.
Meanwhile, Rajini called for a meeting with the district secretaries of his outfit Rajini Makkal Mandram on Thursday almost two years after his political entry. In the wake of the actor-turned-politician announcing that he would launch his own party before the assembly elections which are scheduled in 2021 next year, Rajini calling for the meeting sparked rumours over the party launch anytime soon.
Sources revealed that the review of the situations in the respective districts was the main agenda of the meeting. Rajinikanth addressed the meeting guiding the secretaries over the next course of action. However, sources confirmed that any major announcement wasn’t made at the meeting.