The 69-year-old superstar said: “We will surely win the Assembly polls and give honest, transparent, corruption-free, spiritual politics without caste and creed. A wonder and miracle will definitely happen.”
In November, Rajinikanth disclosed about his kidney transplant in 2016 in the United States and the doctors’ continual refusal against him venturing into politics in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
He even met senior office bearers of his forum the Rajini Makkal Mandram regarding the same.
After the demise of the state’s two most powerful politicians — J Jayalalithaa of the AIADMK and MK Karunanidhi of the DMK — soon after each other, there is a huge void in Tamil Nadu politics ready to be filled.
The development comes just months before the Tamil Nadu Assembly election, which is scheduled for April-May 2021.