New Delhi, Nov 11: Actor Kamal Haasan on Saturday said his next meeting with a politician might surprise all. Speaking to Arnab Goswami on Republic Tv, Haasan said he has no stance against any government, referring to his anti-BJP stand that is portrayed all across the nation. ” There are no untouchables in my life or politics, but what I will touch is any element that impedes the progress of Tamil Nadu state and the nation and that is what I am doing now,” said the Tamil actor.

Upon being asked that why the veteran actor speaks more about Hindu extremism and not Islamic terrorism, to this, the 63-year-old actor said,” A small group indulges in terrorism which is not going to bring great reputation to Hindus or Muslims.”

Haasan, who has been a part of several Hindi films, revealed that to communicate with masses he has a large plan that would be on the digital platform. Talking about his colleague, actor Rajinikanth who has also hinted at joining politics wished him all the best for his political innings saying ” Will work with Rajini if manifesto matches, after all, it is about nation-building.

Haasan recently met West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and told media he is a huge fan of Banerjee, who is hugely regarded as Didi (Sister). Before meeting her in Kolkata, the actor met Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal at his Chennai residence.

Right after meeting Vijayan, Haasan had told reporters that his colour is not saffron.