At a recent press meet held by Vishal and his 'Nadigar Sangam' team, the Aambala actor opened up about controversies and speculations surrounding his alleged comments on Thala Ajith and Simbu's decision to quit the Actors' Association.
The press meet was held in order to celebrate the success of the recently concluded star cricket league and to thank each and everyone who were responsible in making the event a grand success.
When asked about the alleged comments made by him against Ajith, the General Secretary of 'Nadigar Sangam' said he was not sure how these reports emerged in the first place.
"I have immense respect for Ajith and I don't have any problem or personal issue with him," Vishal said adding that he would never say anything against someone like Ajith.
He further went on to say that Ajith is someone who does not attend any public gatherings which includes his own audio launch events and that's one of his policies. "I love Ajith, Superstar, Kamal Haasan, Vijay and everyone is equal to me," he added.
It is worth mentioning that Vishal had earlier denied reports that claimed he had asked the DJ not to play Ajith songs at the after-party celebrations of star cricket league.
"One article says I stopped Ajith's song. Another says ridiculous statements. This is childish. How can you publish something I haven't said," he had posted on his official social media page.
Talking about Simbu's decision to quit 'Nadigar Sangam', the 39-year-old actor said:
"Nadigar Sangam is not a club where you can walk out of it if the service is not good. This is Nadigar Sangam and am not sure if someone can quit an organization such as this. Having said that I respect Simbu's decision. I love Simbu as an actor and as a brother."