Wednesday, 22 June 2011


 Vijay is the only male child who studied in LKG and UKG in Fathima School at Saligramam. After this he went to another school. When he was studying in LKG and UKG he had the routine of taking money from his father and used to buy pencil, rubber and pen for his co students. Recently Fathima School management invited Vijay for their 50th year anniversary Celebrations.
In his 9th year his younger sister Vidhya died. In memory of her a production house V V Creations (Vidhya-Vijay) was started. Naalaya Theerppu and Pandhayam were produced under this banner V V Creations. Year once he celebrates his sister’s birth anniversary. He doesn’t shoot for films on this day.
Vijay has three marriage halls, the first marriages which took place in these halls were conducted free of cost. Vijay’s favorite color is black. He wears black dresses whenever he goes out. His father also uses black color car. Vijay’s favorite number is No vijay having BMW car. Whenever vijay is at home he prefers to have Saravana Bhavan meal at least one time a day. 


Vijay has also appeared in several commercial like Coca-Cola. He had acted in a variety of South Indian Coca Cola advertisements, along with Katrina Kaif. In 2008, Vijay was signed up as the star ambassador for the Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket team Chennai Super Kings, along with actress Nayanthara. In January 2009, Vijay was once again chosen as the brand ambassador for Coca Cola products. As of August 2010, Vijay was signed by Jos Alukkas as their brand ambassador for Tamil Nadu.


According to the report In Nanban Movie Vijay got 14 crores. Vijay expect Income his next film 16 crores.


During his childhood, Vijay performed in uncredited roles as a child actor in films produced by his father, S. A. Chandrasekhar. At the age of 18, Vijay debuted as a lead actor in the 1992 film Naalaya Theerpu, also produced by his father. In his second film, he co-starred with Vijayakanth in the film Sendhoorapandi. His following films Rasigan and Deva were all low-budget films. In his fifth film Rajavin Parvaiyile in 1993, he co-starred with actor Ajith Kumar, who, like Vijay, was also a rising young actor then. Also released that year were his romantic comedies Vishnu and Chandralekha.

The following year, Vijay continued to pursue romantic comedy films like Coimbatore Mappillai. The Vikraman-directed Poove Unakkaga helped Vijay to become a recognizable actor and Vijay’s Blockbuster Movie. Vijay's tenth film was Vasantha Vasal which was followed by the action Drama Maanbumigu Maanavan and Selva. After more romance films in 1997, like Kaalamellam Kaathiruppen and Love Today, Vijay took up the romantic comedy film, Once More, in which he co-starred with legendary Tamil film actor Sivaji Ganesan. In his next film, the Mani Ratnam-produced Nerukku Ner, directed by Vasanth, one of the huge hit in vijay film carrer. He Raised up that year with his first Block buster movie, Kadhalukku Mariyadhai, which was directed by Fazil and got him a Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor.

In 1998, Vijay worked in Ninaithen Vandhai, Priyamudan, and Nilaave Vaa. In 1999, his film Thulladha Manamum Thullum (super hit Film) earned him a Special Prize at the following year's Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. This was followed by the films Endrendrum Kadhal, Nenjinile, Minsara Kanna.

VIJAY 2000 TO 2010 FILMS

At the start of the new millennium he did Kannukkul Nilavu with Fazil. He decided not to commit in films that took a year to release, which changed his style. His next venture Kushi was directed by S. J. Suryah. Kushi was super hit Movie. At the end of the year, he acted in Priyamanavale. His 2001 comedy film Friends was directed by Siddique and featured him alongside Suriya again. Friends helped vijay, become a super hero. Badri was an action - drama flick which he followed with the romance film, Shahjahan.

In 2002, he starred in Thamizhan alongside the then debutante Priyanka Chopra. Youth and Bagavathi rounded off the year. The following year 2003 began with Vaseegara and Pudhiya Geethai.The title name is now mentioned in the credits of all his projects. Vijay is currently the third most popular Indian actor of Tamil origin in the world after, senior actors, Kamal Haasan and Rajinikanth.

Vijay then switched gears with the action-romance flick, Thirumalai helped vijay, become an Action hero. Which featured him with a new look. Udhaya, a film which began filming in 2002 but became delayed, finally released at the start of 2004.

Ghilli, which was released in 2004, is considered to be one of Vijay's biggest Blockbuster movies. Directed by S. Dharani and produced by A. M. Rathnam, it was a remake of the Telugu film Okkadu, and ran for 200 days in theatres in Tamil Nadu. It was followed by Madhurey. It was in this year which Vijay began to portray his current Action-hero, conventional acting style, giving him a major turning point in his career. The following year, 2005, had other major films such as the Perarasu-directed Thirupaachi, the romantic flick Sachien, and another masala film, Sivakasi, again by Perarasu.

His next film Aadhi, was released in 2006. This film failed to reach the expected success and Vijay took a short hiatus from acting. He later accepted work in Pokkiri that year. Directed by Prabhu Deva, it released in 2007 and met almost the same success Ghilli did, in which Vijay played the character of an undercover cop diguised as a local gangster. Vijay's performance was well praised and he received an honorary doctorate title from the M. G. R. University and received an award from actor Kamal Haasan at Nehru Stadium for his exceptionable performance.

Late 2007, Vijay starred in the romantic drama film Azhagiya Thamizh Magan, and for the first time, he appeared in dual roles. In 2008, he starred in the action film Kuruvi, again under red giant Udayanidhi stalin banner.

The year 2009 started off with the action masala film Villu, which was directed by Prabhu Deva who was keen on working with him again after Pokkiri. The film featured Vijay in dual roles for the second time in his career. Vijay's next film, Vettaikaaran was directed by Babu Sivan, produced by AVM Productions and distributed by Sun Pictures.
In 2010, Vijay's 50th film Sura was distributed by Sun Pictures.

VIJAY 2011 TO 2012 FILMS

He associated with director Siddique again for Kaavalan, the Tamil remake of the Malayalam film Bodyguard.It received positive reviews from both viewers and critics and was declared a successful venture at the box office,and selected at the Shanghai film festival. As of late-2010, he was working with M. Raja for Velayudham, which is being produced by Venu Ravichandran. He is currently working with S. Shankar for the film Nanban which features Vijay as the main character with Ileana D'Cruz as the actress and Jeeva and Srikanth in supporting roles.

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