Thalapathy Vijay’s Neyveli selfie becomes the most reposted photo of an Indian actor on Twitter
Thalapathy Vijay is preparing for the release of Master, and Master will also play key roles as Vijay Sethupathi, Malavika Mohanan, Arjun Das, and Shantanu Bhagyaraj. It is sponsored by XB Film Creators and Seven Screen Productions.
needless to say, Hollywood superstar Thalapathy Vijay enjoys one of the craziest fanatics not only in his territory but also on social media.
In February, during the shooting of the Master, the actor saw a large number of fans in Neyveli waiting to see his glimpses. At this moment, he was at a loss and could not see support. The Mersal star climbed onto the top of a van and clicked a selfie, which set today’s record. With more than 135 K retweets, it became the most retweeted photo by Indian actors. Well, this clearly shows the superstar of the actor than Gil.
Thalapathy Vijay is preparing for the release of Master
which also includes Vijay Sethupathi, Malavika Mohanan, Arjun Das, and Shantanu Bhagyaraj playing key roles. It is sponsored by XB Film Creators and Seven Screen Productions. In a recent audio conference, the actor praised his rib Vijay Sethupathi
“Vijay Sethupathi has become an unavoidable person. We have seen a lot of negative characters, but his role in Master It’s going to be special. I asked him why he agreed to make this film, and then let me down by saying four words-I really like you.”
The director who admired him, Thalapathy Vijay, said: “Lokesh and Managaram together brought us to his attention. His next film Kaithi (Kaithi) ) Let’s watch it again and again., The script has a complicated script. He doesn’t even have a live dissolution file on hand in the Master’s scene, which I am confused about. I want to know what to do in the next few months Work with him. Realize that Lokesh is not only a planner but also a master planner.” The actor said a little to the haters in his speech: “Make them successful, kill them, bury them with a smile. Yes. At that time, if we must remain true, we must remain silent.”