Vijay’s first film as a lead was his father SA Chandrasekhar’s 1992 directorial Naalaiya Theerpu. In a sweet note, SAC (as he is popularly known) introduces his son as the hero. “I leave the future of my son Vijay in your (the audience) hands. You all have showered myself and Shoba with love. We hope that our son gets the same love and warm welcome as well.” It is quite fun to read this in 2018 when Vijay is one of the biggest stars Kollywood has produced. The announcement of when the first look poster of his upcoming film would be unveiled had set social media on fire. So you can imagine, the response his 62nd film Sarkar would receive. I don’t think even SAC would have predicted the degree of love that Vijay is showered with now. Continue reading “Happy birthday Vijay: From Ilayathalapathy Vijay to Thalapathy Joseph Vijay”
SA Chandrasekar on Traffic Ramaswamy: I think I will get pass marks for acting
“It is tougher to make a biopic of a person who is living,” starts off Director SA Chandrasekar. The senior director has had several identities in his film career — a director, Vijay’s father, a producer and now an actor as well. SA Chandrasekar is headlining the biopic on social activist Traffic Ramaswamy. The film, which hits screens this week, also marks the acting debut of the 72-year old SA Chandrasekar.
Why Traffic Ramaswamy? Continue reading “SA Chandrasekar on Traffic Ramaswamy: I think I will get pass marks for acting”