Asked whether he has any plans to join politics, Ajay, who was here on Monday to attend the ongoing CII Big Picture Summit 2015, said "Not at all, that's the first thing I said there. I don't intend to join politics.”

The 46-year-old, who popular in Bihar after his roles in Prakash Jha's "Gangaajal" and "Aarakshan", missed the chance to address a rally the Bihar due to an "overwhelming turnout" because of which his chopper couldn't land.

He later urged organisers to have better arrangements.Ajay also took to Twitter to apologise to the people of Biharsharif and Nalanda for not addressing the rallies.

"Apologies for not being able to reach the rallies at Bihar sharif and Nalanda since the administration did not give permission because of the unmanageable crowds," he tweeted at that time.

On career front, Ajay will next be seen in "Baadshaho", "Son of Sardaar 2" and his directorial venture "Shivaay”.


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