Versatile Tamil star Vijay Sethupathi has now gained a craze in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. With the massive success of ‘Uppena’, Vijay Sethupathi’s popularity is on the rise. Before that, he made a cameo appearance in Chiranjeevi’s ‘Sye Raa’. The dubbed movie ‘Master’ also brought him closer to the Telugu audiences.
Vijay Sethupathi is now debuting in Bollywood in a movie titled ‘Mumbai Saga’. He is slowly becoming an actor with a Pan-Indian appeal.
Fondly referred to as Makkal Selvan by fans, the actor in a recent interview admitted that he has started learning the Telugu language. He understands the language but can’t speak well.
“I am learning the language. Once I get it fluently. I will sign more films,” he said. He also turned down the offer of playing the antagonist in Sukumar’s ‘Pushpa’ due to issues of call sheets.