Thalapathy Vijay is currently busy promoting his upcoming film Beast. As a part of the promotion, he took part in a first-ever TV interview after a decade. The actor sat down with Beast's director Nelson Dilipkumar for the channel, Sun TV on Sunday and answered some interesting questions. The actor revealed the reason he hasn't given an interview in over a decade.
When Nelson asked him the reason behind it, he said, "No, I have free time for interviews but things don't work out. I think about 10 years ago, I had given an interview. And I felt my words were misinterpreted. I was not happy."
He added, "Even my family members and people close to me asked why I had spoken so arrogantly.... or they said it did not sound like me. I then had to call up the person concerned and explain to him that I didn't mean it like that. And I can't keep doing it to everyone all the time, right? So, I keep away from interviews," as per Indian Express. ALSO READ:Thalapathy Vijay's 'Beast' Will Now Release On This Date, NEW Poster Will Leave You Intrigued
During the chat, he also shared that he respects all religions. He revealed he's a firm believer in God and that he visits Churches, Temples and Dargah whenever he gets time.
The actor said, "My mom is a Hindu and my dad is a Christian. I was never told to go only here or there and that's what I've been teaching my kids as well."
Talking about Beast, it also stars Pooja Hegde, Selvaraghavan, Yogi Babu, Ankur Ajit Vikal and Lilliput Faruqui. The film which will be released on April 13 in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Fans are beyond excited.