On Sunday (Sep 13) afternoon, he organized this meet at his JS Kalyana Mandapam in Vadapalani to make certain clarifications regarding his 'so called entry into politics as made out by the media'. Vijay at the meet, said that he has no intentions of joining politics immediately and would like to concentrate on his film assignments. However the actor added that his Makkal Iyyakkam is here to stay and all his welfare activities would continue through his fans" clubs.
It was a third person, a neutral guy who took him and 'guided him' to meet Rahul Gandhi. "After this meet I was impressed a lot with Rahul Gandhi's vision to construct a new - strong India.." Vijay confessed. But he refused to reveal the 'talks and political agreements' that took place between them in the meet and abruptly said that 'mostly it was about his movies!'
The press conference ended unexpectedly because SA Chandrasekaran, the father of Vijay, forced media people to leave this matter at this juncture. According to the close sources, Vijay, 39, is still in the top heroes list in Kollywood and seems to have decided to focus on his movie career for the time being.
It is also alleged that he has 'faced pressure' to stay away from Congress and other parties, otherwise his movie career would be at risk. Remember, Vijay"s next movie Vettaikaran slated for Diwali release has been purchased by Sun Pictures, a family organisation of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.Karunanidhi!
Vijay, one of the leading stars in Kollywood, announced yesterday that he has not got any idea of either joining the Congress Party or launching a new one. Yesterday the actor made an attempt to clear the confusions prevailing around his career and political moves at a media meet, but pathetically, it leaves more confusions on the same.