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Watch: Epicentre With Shreya Dhoundial

Nov 02, 2017 09:29 PM IST India India
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In 2013, Kamal Haasan faced the brunt of communal politics when his film Viswaroopam was banned for 3 weeks because it allegedly hurt the sentiments of the Muslim community. He had then talked about going into exile. Four years later, as he prepares for his political debut, the superstar says Hindu terror is an undeniable reality. When a secular actor turns into a communal politician, his motives will be questioned. Does he have proof that Hindu terror exists or will Kamal Haasan follow the shoot and scoot philosophy of Arvind Kejriwal?

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