Vijay has decided to visit coastal town of Nagapattinam on February 22 to raise the Tamil Nadu fishermen killing issue, who were killed by the Sri Lankan Navy. Sources say that the actor will raise voice against the ruling party for failing to protect the lives of the fishermen.
The actor has recently revealed to a Tamil publication that a few people from the ruling party troubled him during Kaavalan release. He claimed that they troubled him, as they do not want him to enter politics. He has postponed his political entry for four years but has decided to involve indirectly by supporting his father SA Chandrasekhar, who is reportedly joining Jayalalitha"s AIADMK
Kaavalan may not have done miracles at the box-office but its decent success has boosted Vijay's confidence to a large extent. Now, he is ready to take on his detractors and has announced an open war on the state government by taking up the Tamil Nadu fishermen issue.