We’ve all known actor Vijay Sethupathi for his wonderful acting skills, striking slang, charmful expressions, great sense of humour, and not to forget his simplicity.
Despite reaching the very height of success, he still continues to live on like one of us and one among us. As the ‘Makkal Selvan’ turns 42, here are five films you probably didn’t know about which showcased his utmost simplicity.
M Kumaran Son Of Mahalakshmi, 2004
Although not evidently seen, he is one of the boxers training along with Jayam Ravi at the boxing ring in Chennai. M Kumaran Son Of Mahalakshmi helmed by Mohan Raja stars Asin, Nadiya, Prakash Raj, Vivek, and others.
While you were busy analysing the things going on between Kokki Kumar and Anbu, there’s a chance you might have missed out on Vijay lingering silently as one of the henchmen. Pudhupettai, helmed by Selvaraghavan stars Dhanush, Sneha, Sonia Agarwal, Azhagam Perumal, and others.
Vennila Kabbadi Kuzhu, 2009
Remember the opponent team player clad in black, who fainted? Yes, that’s him again! He has an entire sequence, let alone a shot in the film. Vennila Kabbadi Kuzhu, helmed by Suseenthiran stars Vishnu Vishal, Saranya Mohan Appukutty, Soori, and others.
Naan Mahaan Alla, 2010
We all know that one friend who is always trailing us in need of cash for his expenses. Not to forget, the ‘I’ll return it in a few days’ promises! For Karthi, it’s Vijay, who is it for you? Naan Mahaan Alla, helmed by Suseenthiran stars Kajal Aggarwal, Soori, Jayaprakash, and others.
Bale Pandiya, 2010
No matter what we’re going through, the siblings always tend to stick along. Regardless of how messed up a life Vishnu has, his brother Vijay is there to lighten up his day. Bale Pandiya helmed by Siddharth Chandrasekhar stars Pia Bajpai, Vivek, John Vijay, and others.
And of course, the star is also known for the rapport he shares with his fans and the media. No inhibitions, nothing to hide. Here are a few pictures of the star is in his element.