Actor Vijay files civil lawsuit against his parents, nine others
Tamil actor Vijay has filed a civil lawsuit against 11 people, including his own parents. Vijay is the son of filmmaker SA Chandrasekar and Shobha.
As per the lawsuit, which was filed in a city court, Vijay has said that no one is allowed to use his name to organise public meetings and gatherings. Vijay filed a civil lawsuit against his own parents because his father recently revealed that his son is interested in politics. He then went ahead and even registered a party in Vijay’s name.
Chandrasekhar made his wife Shobha as the treasurer of the party while his relative Padmanabhan was named the party President. In a statement, Vijay clarified that he did not grant permission to start any party and filed a lawsuit against 11 people to restrain them from using his name.
The case will be heard on September 27.
On the career-front, Vijay recently completed shoot for upcoming Tamil thriller Beast. Pooja Hegde returned to Tamil cinema after a long gap with the project.
Vijay plays a special agent in the movie, which will hit the screens next year during the Pongal festival.
Director Nelson rose to fame with his Tamil crime comedy Kolamavu Kokila, which featured Nayanthara in the role of a local drug peddler. He currently awaits the release of Tamil action comedy Doctor, which stars Sivakarthikeyan in the lead.
Vijay was last seen on screen in Tamil action-drama Master, in which he played a college professor with a drinking problems. The film, which grossed over Rs. 200 crore at the box-office, saw him join hands with filmmaker Lokesh Kanagaraj for the first time.