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By Team Asianet Newsable | 04:58 PM May 15, 2017
True or false? Famous Chennai astrologer predicts Rajini's political future

Highlights

  • Tamil filmstar Rajinikanth may launch his party soon, predicts astrologer Shelvi.
  • The star had earlier said that he did not have any intentions to join politics, unless God willed it.
  • He assured his fans that even if he did enter politics, he will work for the people and not for greed.

If celebrity astrologer of Tamil Nadu, Shelvi, is to be believed, Tamil film star Rajinikanth - the people's very own Thalaiva - is likely to launch his own political party soon. Shelvi also predicted that the party will be launched with the revenue generated from his films and that the star will not take the help of any endowments.

Shelvi also says that Rajinikanth will prove himself to be an action hero in real life too. He explains, "Rajini has been keeping his plans under wraps due to his Sani Dasa period, which is coming to an end. The coming years augur well for his entry into politics. Henceforth, we will see him translating his words into deeds."

Read More: Don't be disappointed if I don't enter politics: Rajinikanth

Earlier, in a meet-and-greet function with his fans that he organised after eight years, Rajinikanth put all speculations on his entry into politics at rest, saying that he does not have any intention of entering the political domain unless it is God's will.

He had said, "God decides what we have to do in life. Right now, he wants me to be an actor and I'm fulfilling my responsibility. If God wills it, I will enter politics tomorrow". Rajini further assured his fans that if he did enter politics, he will be truthful and will not shake hands with people who are in politics for money.

Rajinikanth's meeting with fans has reportedly drawn lakhs of people from across the state. The meeting is set to continue till May 18.

Read: 'What I will do tomorrow, god will decide': Superstar Rajni meets fans after 8 years [Pictures]

 

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