On-screen character-producer Vijay Sethupathi has said that he would even spurn a national award (in the event that he is offered one) to enlist his dissent to the way in which the Center has been acting against the interests of the State and its kin.
Vijay Sethupathi was participating in a meet-the-squeeze occasion held in Chennai yesterday in front of the arrival of his Karuppan inverse Tanya. Produced by Panneerselvam (of Renigunta popularity) and delivered by A.M. Ratnam, the film has gotten great pre-discharge talk. Vijay Sethupathi has tried a matador’s part in the film which has Pasupathi and Singampuli in critical parts.
“The film’s content is near my heart; the minute I heard it, I felt it would be an enormous accomplishment in the cinema world. The content portrays the relationship between a matador and his adorable spouse. Crowds who run to corridors to watch the film would get an inclination much the same as the one we experiences while going to jubilees at Temples,” Vijay Sethupathi clarifies.
At the point when a copyist asked him whether he would acknowledge the national award for ‘best actor’, Vijay Sethupathi said he may need to state ‘no’ to tolerating such an offer (in the event that it came his way) in the background of the Center’s factional mentality in NEET and different issues. “I’m more worried about individuals’ emotions than awards,” he stated.