The Merry Christmas team of Katrina Kaif and Vijay Sethupathi is currently constantly in the limelight as they are promoting their movie across all the major platforms. Both famous actors have been sharing some interesting anecdotes and tales from their personal lives as they are simultaneously discussing their movie scheduled to release on January 12, 2024.
Vijay Sethupathi during an interview said that he loves the attention and love that currently he is getting from the audience and that it serves as an energy drink for him. But he also shared some shocking experiences that could have deterred anyone from continuing to be an actor.
Vijay Sethupathi said that he has now become quite conscious of what he is wearing because he was often body-shamed. Sharing his shocking experience the Farzi actor said, “Main aisa hi tha, body shaming bohot kiya tha mujhe. Wahaan bhi kiya tha (they also did it). It happened, but the good thing is that people accept you the way who you are. Today wherever I go, I am accepted, it is a blessing. (It’s all) thanks to my audience that I am happy being myself. I didn’t expect this, I didn’t…”
The versatile actor who is getting lauded for his body of work both in the South film industry and in Bollywood said that he has a habit of appearing in chappals at many get-togethers and events. But now he has become very careful about what he is wearing.
Speaking about the love now that he is receiving from the audience, the Vikram Vedha actor said that the love he is getting from his fans is proof that he is moving in the right direction. He added, “When people love you, it gives you hope that your work has reached people and they have understood and they really like your work. That’s what I understood from the fan clubs. That always gives me energy.”
Merry Christmas is directed by Andhadhun director Sriram Raghavan. Its teaser released some time ago has already left the audience intrigued and the same is expected to translate into a massive response when the movie hits the theaters in just a couple of days.