Will seriously think of leaving India if such row erupts again: Kamal
"In anger...in emotional outburst I would have said that I will leave the country. It does not mean I will do it..I enjoy the glory and fame. But if this happens again, I will seriously think of leaving. I am serious," Haasan told reporters.
The actor had earlier made an impassioned plea seeking the release of the film in his home state Tamil Nadu, saying that he would go abroad in search of a "secular state" where he would be allowed to continue pursuing his art.
He said he was thankful to Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalitha for offering help. "She is an artist, she has understood, she has come forward. I am grateful," he said.
There were reports that Haasan will take the fight over the release of his film Vishwaroopam to the Supreme Court
"Now that she (Jayalalitha) is helping me why do I need to go to the Supreme Court," Haasan said.
"It is very silly to say I got good publicity; India did not get good publicity. What is the use of me getting good publicity when India's name is being dragged in the muck,," Kamal Haasan said on the film row.
"I don't want any more squabbling. This is gruelling, troublesome and insulting. Not only for me, but to several others associated with this movie. This kind of
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