Topic: Kamal Haasan

In a statement in Tamil posted on Twitter, he claimed that the word 'Hindu' is not native to India and that Hindus have to identify themselves as only Indians
Even if the person has apologised, I will not forgive, PM Modi said referring to Pragya Thakur's comments on Godse
Kamal Haasan has defended his remark and had stated that it was not anti-Hindu and media had taken it out of context.
BJP has filed a complaint with the Election Commission of India against Kamal Haasan for his 'Hindu terrorist' remark on Nathuram Godse.
Alagiri says that the RSS follows the same policy of ISIS in which their motive is to eliminate anyone who opposed their ideas.
The objective of people like Kamal Haasan and others who call Nathuram Godse a terrorist is not the vilification of Godse himself but every Hindu of a Hindutvavadi bent.
Kamal Haasan, while speaking at an election rally for his party candidate in Aravakurichi constituency, made the hateful statement claiming Godse's act of Gandhi's assassination was an example of Hindu terrorism.
Kamal Haasan attempted to push Pakistan narrative of holding a referendum on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir
Days after Pakistan sponsored Pulwama attack, Kamal Haasan has echoed the sentiments of terrorist state Pakistan when he sought a 'referendum' in Jammu and Kashmir
Allegations of plagiarism emerge against the newly lauched party of Kamal Haasan
The Kejriwal comparisons and his positioning in Tamil politics explained

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