If you are following politics closely, you would know that Maharashtra is suffering from a political crisis. Not a single party is able to form the Government smoothly. Though BJP's Devendra Fadnavis took an oath to be the CM of Maharashtra a few days ago, he had to step down as he did not have the majority. Now, a video of Kamal Haasan talking about Maharashtra CM has gone viral on the internet and it is sure to crack you up.
It is an old clipping from one of his films where Kamal Haasan is asked to name the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. His answer describes the current scenario perfectly. He counter questions the interviewers and says, "Today, yesterday or day before yesterday? Because there is a change everyday, you see." Now, isn't that true? Just a few days ago, Devendra Fadnavis was our CM and now he is not. A fan shared this video on Twitter with caption, "#MaharashtraPolitics @ikamalhaasan already said the future of Maharashtra long before. LEGEND FOR A REASON #MaharashtraPolitics #MaharashtraCM #Maharashtra #MaharashtraGovtFormation." Watch the clip here. (Also Read: Devendra Fadnavis Takes Oath As Maharashtra CM; Netizens Can't Help But Compare It To The Game Of Thrones Climax)
#MaharashtraPolitics @ikamalhaasan already said the future of Maharashtra long before😂.— Vinoth_Kumar (@vino_yob1993) November 23, 2019
LEGEND FOR A REASON#MaharashtraPolitics #MaharashtraCM #Maharashtra #MaharashtraGovtFormation pic.twitter.com/14thegpurO
Coming to politics, as Devendra Fadnavis has resigned from the post of Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shiv Sena's chief Uddhav Thackeray will now take the oath and wear the crown of CM on November 28, 2019. Shiv Sen, NCP and Congress have formed an alliance through which they have the majority of MLAs to form the Government. Social media indeed is abuzz with this changing phase of politics in Maharashtra. Trends like #MaharashtraPoliticalDrama and #MaharashtraPolitics are trending on Twitter for a few days. Let's see what happens next.
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