He was in Bihar to attend a political rally amid the state assembly polls but superstar Ajay Devgn says he harbours no political ambition.
The 46-year-old "Singham" star, who missed the chance to address the rally, is happy being an actor-producer and director.
"I don't intend to join politics. Not at all. It's not my cup of tea," Ajay told reporters here while addressing a session at the ongoing CII Big Picture Summit 2015.
The actor missed the chance to address the rally as he said his chopper could not land due to a "huge turnout".
"Apologies for not being able to reach the rallies at Biharsharif and Nalanda since the administration did not give permission because of the unmanageable crowds," he had tweeted.
Devgn is popular in Bihar after his roles in Prakash Jha's "Gangaajal" and "Aarakshan".
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