Rajneeti to change perception of politics: Ajay Devgn
After essaying the role of a youth leader in Yuva and a political enforcer in Omkara Ajay Devgn is all set for his third innings in onscreen politics with Rajneeti.entertainment Updated: May 03, 2010 18:14 IST
"I think the perception of politics will change with Rajneeti.... In both positive and negative ways.. But more in a negative way," Ajay told PTI without divulging more details about the actual plot of the yet to be released film.
"In Omkara, I had played a General, a political enforcer of a gang that carries out crimes for a local politician... In Yuva, I was a student leader and now in Rajneeti, I am in the system," he said.
"This character that I play has no resemblances to any politician in real. I play the role of Karna, who is on the wrong side... And knows that he could be on the right side but decides to keep a promise and stay there. He does politics only because he has to," he said.
Ajay is also quick to clarify that the movie has not been modelled on any particular politician or party.
"It does not portray any Indian politician, political party or any incident in the past or present. It is a high drama with politics as a background."