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Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said there is freedom of expression in India.
"We are a free society. There is freedom of expression. There is liberty for artists. We have a Constitution," he told reporters in New Delhi.
In an emotional outburst, Haasan said, "If I can't find it within India, which I will know in another couple of days, I will find hopefully another country which is secular than mine that might take me in...when M F Hussain can do it, Kamal Haasan will do," the actor said, drawing comparisons to the country's best-known artist,
Husain fled India in 2006 and died in exile in London after his depictions of naked Hindu goddesses angered right wing groups.
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