Veteran actor Thilakan who was expelled from artists association AMMA recently, has made his intentions clear about contesting in the coming elections. The actor would like to present himself as a candidate against actor turned legislator K B Ganesh Kumar from Pathanapuram, if any of the political parties approaches him with a seat.
Thilakan believes that K B Ganesh Kumar had been scheming against him for long and so it will be an able reply by contesting against him in the coming elections.
Thilakan's statements followed the incident of stoning the director Ali Akbar's car parked at his house, by some miscreants who are alleged to be from K B Ganesh Kumar's Kerala Congress (B). The director who is currently making a movie titled as 'Achan' with Thilakan as the hero, has no element of doubt about the presence of KC(B) activist's behind the attack which happened at the wee hours on Monday. "The police have already registered a case", Akbar said.
This incident has taken place a day after the Association of Malayalam Movie Artistes (AMMA) officially expelled Thilakan from their fraternity. K B Ganesh Kumar, the only MLA of KC (B), is an office bearer of the AMMA and also was the transport minister in the former A K Antony government.