The actor’s spokesperson said in a statement that Kamal, who has set his eyes on a political career, will meet the media at 12 noon to share a ‘special message’.
“This year he has decided not to celebrate his birthday while Chennai people are distressed by the rains,” the spokesperson said. “Instead, he will be visiting a medical camp, which is set up by Narpani Iyakkam (Welfare Movement) at Annapoorna Marriage Hall, CTH Road and rain-affected areas at Naryanapuram, S Kolathur Road, Pallikaranai, next to Balaji Dental College.
“He will be reaching out to people with his special message and plans for the future. Come witness the promise for change,” the spokesperson said.
At a function to mark the 39th anniversary of his welfare association, he said his political plunge by floating a party is imminent.
He said his fans would contribute funds for the political party. The mobile app, which is expected to be launched on Tuesday, is to facilitate maintaining the accounts of funds collected in a transparent manner.
Kamal said November 7 is a day not to cut a cake and celebrate but a day to cut canals, obliquely referring to the flooding of several localities in the city due to recent rains.