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Tamil star Vijay Sethupathi, known as the Makkal Selvan (people’s treasure) in Tamil cinema, has successfully ventured into Bollywood with high-profile projects, including a blockbuster film with Shah Rukh Khan, a web series with Shahid Kapoor, and a movie featuring Katrina Kaif. Renowned for his versatility and natural acting skills, Vijay has played diverse roles such as a pizza delivery guy in Pizza, a man with amnesia in Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom, a cop in Naanum Rowdy Thaan, a trans woman in Super Deluxe, and a gangster in Vikram Vedha, Master, and Vikram.

His upcoming film, Maharaja, marks his 50th movie and is set to release on June 14. Vijay believes this film will once again showcase a new facet of his talent to the audience. In an interview with Hindustan Times, he discussed his career and shared a valuable lesson he learned from his Jawan co-star, Shah Rukh Khan.

Vijay Sethupathi about Shah Rukh Khan

He shared, “I learn something from everyone. What I learnt from Shah Rukh Khan is that his energy levels never go down. One day, during the shoot, he was unwell but you just can’t figure it out unless he tells you. That’s an amazing quality he has. He shared a lot of things about me which I felt very happy about. Even what Rajinikanth and Vijay have said about me makes me really happy. I felt happy that they noticed so many aspects about me and my performances.”

Vijay Sethupathi shared the screen with Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan in Jawan. The film also starrer Nayanthara and Deepika Padukone in the pivotal role. Vijay played an antagonist in the movie. The film was helmed by Atlee and was love as well as hailed by many people.

Vijay’s upcoming movies include GOAT (The Greatest of All Time) which will be released in September 2024.

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