"Greatness can come from simple beginnings", he said.
The actor had said that one of the reasons for starting a new party is that none of the existing parties doesn't represent his beliefs. Abdul Kalam, as he visited the residence of the late leader.
The Hindu Munnani organisation has objected to the "politicisation of school" and has written to the district collector in this regard.
Haasan, who has been critical about the Tamil Nadu ruling All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) in the last one year and has been expressing his political interests, officially announced his political entry in November by launching a whistleblower mobile app.
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The actor, who arrived at the Madurai Othakadai venue at around 7:30 pm along with Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejiriwal by auto, soon took the stage and unfurled the party flag to loud cheers from a huge crowd that had gathered there.
When contacted, Haasan's publicist said the authorities denied the permission saying the students will be "disturbed".
Meanwhile, in several parts of Madurai and surrounding areas, posters have appeared equating Kamal Haasan with former Indian president Dr Abdul Kalam, rationalist leader Periyar and BR Ambedkar.
VCK chief Thol Thirumavalavan, while extending his greetings, said only after the actor spelt out his policies could his party think of aligning with him. "But they are without any fragrance and wither away soon", Stalin said, predicting a bleak future of Haasan in state politics. The party will not play games and divide people on the basis of religion or caste and will not indulge in the politics of freebies. Rajinikanth had said, taking a not-so-veiled dig at Haasan's grand ambition of providing a viable political alternative to the people of his state.
Tamil actor Kamal Haasan yesterday launched his political party, which he said will seek to provide corruption-free governance, stop playing games on the basis of religion and castes and adopt a centrist approach without swaying left or right too much. Ramesh Bala tweeted, Here is #Ulaganayagan @ikamalhaasan 's busy schedule for his Big day today.