Vijay will be accompanied by his father SA Chandrasekhar and he is backed by Jayalalitha's AIADMK. The actor, who revealed to a Tamil publication that a few people from the ruling party troubled him during Kaavalan release, will be raising his voice against the ruling party for failing to protect the lives of the fishermen.
However, Vijay has postponed his political entry for four years but has decided to involve indirectly by supporting his father SA Chandrasekhar. Meanwhile, the actor is busy with Shankar's Nanban, a remake of Bollywood movie 3 Idiots. He has also reportedly signed Mani Ratnam's historical movie Ponniyin Selvan.
Ilayathalapathy Vijay is all set for his first public meeting tomorrow. In a bid to enter politics, he is gearing up to address the people on the Tamil fishermen issue at VTP College Grounds, Nagapattinam.