Ajith Kumar’s official letter on dissolving fans club
I started my career with ‘Amaravathi’ and now my 50th film
‘Mankatha’ is all set for release. I would like to this opportunity to
thank my co-stars, filmmakers, producers, technicians,
journalists, fans and public and my family members. I have been
over a deep thought making a decision upon an issue and now I
felt like announcing it.
I have never used my fans for my personal interests and
will never do such things at any point of time. If my films
are good, they have the rights to appreciate it and on pars
if not done well, they own the rights to criticize and
advise me.At the same time, I am clear about the fact that all
my fans are not the members of my fans club. I have never
differentiated my fans on this ground.
The fans club members haven’t been affirmative towards my
requests and there is no unity amongst them. It makes me so
distressed to see that some of them have misused the
fans club identity in political arenas.
I also believe and want the fans to be involved in social
activities without being a heaviness for their family
members. Social services need not be carried on only
with the support of Fans Club, it’s enough if one has a
good motive and thoughts.
Thereby, I would like to make it clear that from my birthday, i.e.
from May 1, 2011 onwards I have decided to dissolve my Fans
At this point of time,when the entire globe is going for an
abrupt transition in terms of development and
advancement, I don’t think ‘Fans Club’ is a real need for
situation. An actor needn’t have any connection on any
grounds apart from his profession. It’s more than enough
if people feel it good, appreciate or criticize his
performance and thusly making his career effective.
Live and Let me Live!



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