Thalapathy Vijay has filed a civil lawsuit against 11 people, including his father SA Chandrasekar, and his mother Shoba. The lawsuit filed in the Chennai city court stated that no one should use Vijay’s name to gather the public or hold any meetings.
On Sunday, the issue became exposed after Vijay chose to move the suit in a Chennai court. According to a report in The Hindu, Vijay's dad, SA Chandrasekar guaranteed that the entertainer ought to enter legislative issues. He permitted an enlisted society of Vijay's fans to challenge in the neighborhood body surveys as independent applicants. Chandrasekhar framed a party named All India Thalapathy Vijay Makkal Iyakkam.
He named himself as General Secretary and his overall Padmanabhan as the party President and Shoba to hold the post of the Treasurer. Following this, Vijay delivered an assertion reporting that his assent was not given to dispatch any such party. He then, at that point, recorded a claim against 11 people to control them from utilizing his name to collect individuals. The court is probably going to hear the case on September 27, 2021.
Last year, media reports asserted that Vijay would join his dad's party. Vijay excused such cases in a public assertion explaining that he has no association with the ideological group. Vijay explained that he was not associated with any assertion gave by his dad and was not limited by his political desires.
A portion of the assertion, generally deciphered in English, read," I request my fans not to join any party that my father has started. If anyone tries to misuse my name, photo, or my fans' clubs for their political aspirations, I will take necessary actions against them."
Meanwhile, On the work front, Vijay last appeared in the popular Tamil movie "Master", in which he played an alcoholic university professor. The box office revenue of this movie grossed over 200 crores.
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