SA Chandrasekhar reveals about his son Thalapathy Vijay’s plans to enter politics!

SA Chandrasekhar, recently in an interview revealed about his son's political aspirations. He thinks that his son should not think of doing the same now as his entry into politics might angry Tamil people.

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SA Chandrasekhar reveals about his son Thalapathy Vijay's plans to enter politics!

Tamil cinema stars Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan have made their way to the world of politics. The two have been quite in the news over the same. However, much before their entry into politics, filmmaker-actor SA Chandrasekhar’s son Thalapathy Vijay had plans to make his way to politics. Yes, you read that right. SA Chandrasekhar, recently in an interview revealed about his son’s political aspirations. He thinks that his son should not think of doing the same now as his entry into politics might angry Tamil people.

“If you ask me, now, given the current situation, two of Vijay’s seniors, Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan have entered politics. So, if Vijay also jumps into this, people will not be satisfied. They will be pissed off and will ask why are stars venturing into politics. I feel that the Tamil people might get angry because of this,” Chandrasekhar said in an interview with Behindwoods.

He also revealed that fans were quite excited about Vijay’s entry into politics and had also put the efforts to set the stage for the same. This is no surprise as stars with the help of fan clubs carry out social welfare activities as part of efforts to set the stage for their entries.

“As a father, I wanted him to come into politics, a few years back, and we worked towards that. I again repeat, these intentions were there, before Rajini and Kamal announced their entries, but not now,” Chandrasekhar added.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Vijay will be seen next in director AR Murugadoss’s upcoming project. The shooting of the film has been put to hold due to the ongoing protest in the Tamil film industry.

Its been almost a month and so that strike has been announced by the Tamil Nadu Film Producers Council over the high prices charged by digital service providers (DSPs).

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