While it has been widely reported that she is in the list of the aspirants of the TPCC chairman post her recent Facebook post has raised many eyeballs. As she acted in films, reports emerged that she will be busy in movies and not interested in politics anymore.
With the speculations reaching even the Congress leaders at Delhi level, the actress responded quickly and made a post which will clear all the airs of her acting career and the kind of commitment she has towards the politics.
"I don't know I could get the time to do another film or not, as my journey will continue for the people. For now, I'll take leave", read her post.
With this post, she indirectly said her first priority is politics and not films. By telling that films are not letting her focus on politics full-fledged she clearly mentioned her intention to continue in politics.
The political circles are citing that the star campaigner has eyed the prestigious TPCC post and her latest post is a way to get closer to the seat. Letâ€™s see the Congress party will favour her or not.