Actor Udhayanidhi Stalin does not support anyone in the upcoming TFPC elections. The actor told Times of India that he is not expecting anything from either the Producer’s Council or the Nadigar Sangam, and that he will solve his problems on his own.
Stalin has had a difficult relationship with the Producer’s Council and the Nadigar Sangam for quite some time now. The actor has had to approach the council, the FICCI and even the courts for some of his films. “So, be it the council or the Nadigar Sangam I’m not expecting anything from them. I’ll solve my problems on my own,” he said.
However, Udhayanidhi was quick to add that the “new team formed by Vishal comprises producers who are currently very active as producers, so it would be better if they are elected this time.” He also said that Vishal was a close friend, but nevertheless, he wouldn’t expect any help from his side either. “Whichever team wins, I’m OK with that,” he said.
Udhayanidhi Stalin’s Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen is gearing up for release. The film also stars Regina Cassandra and Srushti Dange as the lead actresses, and features Udhay pairing up with comedian Soori once again.