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Dravidian politics will stay in India: Kamal Haasan

Chennai, Aug 11 -- Actor Kamal Haasan on Thursday said the Dravidian politics is going to stay in the country at an event organised by Tamil Nadu's principal opposition party DMK.

 

Haasan made the comment at the celebration of 75 years of DMK's mouthpiece 'Murasoli'.

 

Sharing the stage with DMK leader M. K. Stalin, Haasan said: "Lot of people say that the Dravidian politics will end. But it is going to stay in the country."

 

While Haasan was seen to share the stage with Stalin, Rajinikanth was present in the audience.

 
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