Raghava Lawrence has issued an official statement warning and requesting Seeman and his Naam Tamizhar party cadres to stop bad-mouthing and passing disparaging remarks on him and his philanthropic activities.
“Earlier, when you spoke badly about me in a public meeting, I had called you and we sorted out the issue. We have spoken on the phone a lot of times too and you call me Thambi. But, your party cadres have been indulging in passing hatred and insulting my physically challenged children and kids from my home, which I can never tolerate. Don’t push me to play politics. I may be a zero in politics today, but I will bounce back if I’m pushed to the extreme. I’m ready to sit and talk this out at your residence. But, if you are not willing to do, I won’t hesitate to confront this,” said Lawrence in a statement.
On the professional front, Lawrence is waiting for the release of Kanchana 3, the fourth part of the Muni series, on April 19th.