Thalapathy Vijay is a name that evokes powerful emotions. The Kollywood celebrity has a huge fan base who regard him as a God. Thalapathy's films have offered a lot more than simply a story, from being the stylish hero to providing amazing performances, Vijay is never behind to impress us. When it comes to box-office records or spreading social messages, his films never fall behind.
Vijay has a large fan base that goes all the way down to the villages of the South. Several of his films are based on the theme of village issues and him as the shining knight. As a result, he has amassed a sizable following throughout the South. Vijay is revered as a demi-god in Kollywood, and his fans are known to stick by him through thick and thin.
King Of Box Office:
The actor is known for shattering box office records with his films. Thalapathy has influenced box office history as well. You're in for a pleasant surprise if you thought Vijay's fame and records were limited to the big screen.
Vijay's name is so well-known in the film business that his mere presence ignites the box office. Thalapathy isn't simply a hit in regional markets; he is also a hit in international markets. Vijay's most recent film, Master, grossed more than Rs. 263 crore worldwide at the box office with just 50% capacity of cinema halls. For regional films that appeal to a niche audience. In comparison to Hindi films, this is a large amount. It's no surprise that he's been called "King of the Box Office."
Social Message Through Films:
Vijay's films aren't just about showcasing his heroism but also about teaching us some of the other good things about life. His films make sure to have a moral to the story.
From his 2012 released film 'Thuppakki' that had a tremendous message in it about fighting for our country even if we are alone and never giving up on defending the people of the country to his 2016 released film 'Theri', which had a strong message about how a child should grow up and how we should show our children the right way and warn them from bad habits and stuff, Thalapathy always had a strong message to deliver.