Kamal Haasan Expresses Grief Over Video Of Young Boy Stabbing His Poster
Kamal Haasan took to Twitter to express grief over a 4-year-old boy stabbing and tearing star's poster.
Photo credits: PTI
In his column in the weekly Ananda Vikatan, Haasan said that where Hindu extremists earlier believed in holding a dialogue to push their point, they now indulged in violence.
Responding to this, a senior leader of a Hindu outfit - Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha - slammed veteran Tamil actor and said people like him should be "shot dead". Haasan hit back by saying those who cannot stand criticism now want to kill him.
And now, a video of a young boy stabbing and tearing a poster of Kamal Haasan tied to a pole was shared on Twitter. A voice in the background encouraging the kid to stab the poster stating that Kamal Haasan is anti-Hindu can also be heard.
Distressed over the video, Haasan tweeted, "My children, oh my! It is better for me to die by the stabbing of a child. The Tamil race will not put up with my grown-up brother committing a crime by whilst speaking Tamil. Nature will take joy in killing me. You have the right to become joyous even before that. Why don't you try killing me? I shall triumph no matter what."
புரியாதவர்க்கு புரியும்படியாய்https://t.co/E1GviHPDnF— Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) November 14, 2017
என் பிள்ளைகள். அய்யகோ! ஒரு பிள்ளை எனை குத்திச்சாவதே மேல். என் வளர்ந்த சகோதரன் குற்றவாளியாய் தமிழ் பேசிக் குற்றம் ஏற்பதை தமிழ்இனம் சகியாது. இயற்க்கை எனைக் கொன்றே மகிழும் . அதன் முன் மகிழ உமக்கும் உரிமை உண்டு. கொன்றுதான் பாரும். வென்றே தீர்வேன்.— Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) November 14, 2017
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