Tamil Actor Vijay’s Father Defends Political Party In Son’s Name: Report

Tamil Actor Vijay’s Father Defends Political Party In Son’s Name: Report

The registration of a political party within the title of his son and actor Vijay was solely a step to encourage his followers and executed with good intentions, famous Tamil movie director and his father, SA Chandrasekhar stated on Friday.

A day after Vijay distanced himself from the party being floated by his father, Mr. Chandrasekhar sought to clarify the background.

He stated a “Rasigar Mandram,” a fan’s forum, was began by him in 1993 in Vijay’s title.

Later, it advanced right into a welfare outfit and subsequently, it grew to become a “people’s motion,” (Makkal Iyakkam), he stated. Whereas the followers within the movement have already got been engaged in a slew of actions aimed toward people’s welfare, a “registration has now been executed (as a political occasion with the Election Fee) to additional encourage and recognize them,” he stated.

On the necessity of changing the “Ilaya Thalapathi (Younger Commander) Vijay Makkal Iyakkam” right into a political occasion, he stated, “I wanted and I’m doing.”

The actor on Thursday requested his followers to not have any affiliation with the occasion that was registered by his father with the Election Fee.

Vijay had additionally warned of motion if his title, {photograph}, or the title of his Iyakkam was linked to the occasion or utilized in some other method in reference to the outfit.

Requested if Vijay was unaware of the floating of the occasion, Mr Chandrasekhar in a cryptic comment stated: “he (Vijay) says he doesn’t know.”

Following the discharge of Vijay motion pictures like Mersel and Sarkar that had dialogues and portrayals on up to date points apparently taking a swipe on the government, there have been speculations in regards to the actor taking the political plunge.

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