Monday, January 2, 2023

Priyanka Gandhi's son's photograph of a tiger is presented to Kamal Haasan by Rahul Gandhi: It reveals your philosophy of life,

 Raihan Vadra, the son of Robert Vadra and Priyanka Gandhi, is a photographer. Haasan was informed by Rahul Gandhi that he carefully considered the portrait before selecting it.

Kamal Haasan, a well-known politician and veteran actor, and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi recently had a conversation about politics, Indian society, and their professional paths. The cooperation, which has been transferred on Gandhi's true YouTube channel, saw the legislator gift Haasan an enormous representation of a tiger drinking water.

At the very beginning of the video, Gandhi stated that his nephew, Raihan Vadra, the son of Robert Vadra and Priyanka Gandhi, is a photographer who had taken a beautiful photo that he wanted to give to Kamal. “My nephew is a photographer, so I said, 'Listen, I want to give a present to my friend Kamal Haasan,'" Rahul Gandhi stated. Furthermore, I said 'give me one of your photos.' Guess what he came up with, please. Which image do you believe he gave me? The actor gave a wry smile and said, "I don't know." After that, Rahul said, "Let's go and see it," and the two of them moved in front of a canvas that was covered.

The canvas with the image of a tiger drinking water was unveiled by Gandhi. The Congress leader added, "It tells us the fact that you are a great Indian and a great champion," to his explanation of why he selected the aforementioned present.

Kamal Haasan started his party Makkal Needhi Maiam (People's Justice Centre) in 2018, but he is primarily known for his work as an actor and filmmaker. This was his first foray into politics. On the work front, Haasan last appeared in Vikram, a film directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj that marked his return to acting. The movie was well-received by critics and did well at the box office. When the Bharat Jodo Yatra of Rahul Gandhi recently reached Delhi, Kamal joined in.

The entertainer legislator had told media on the event, "Many individuals ask me for what reason I'm here. I am an Indian visitor here. My father served in Congress. I founded my own political party and held various ideologies; however, when it comes to the nation, all political party lines must be blurred. I arrived here after blurring that line.

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