- Actor Vijay from Tamil Nadu has said he will enter politics.
- His political party is called Tamilaga Vetri Kazham.
- Vijay feels that politics is his greatest love and that he wants to dedicate himself entirely to it.
Actor Vijay from Tamil Nadu has said he will enter politics. He has named his party Tamilaga Vetri Kazham and has decided not to run for office in the Lok Sabha in 2024. He declared that upon the receipt of an extra electoral from ECI, his party will run in the 2026 Assembly elections.
Vijay feels that politics is his greatest love and that he wants to dedicate himself entirely to it. His party has registered to register in Delhi.
‘Tamilaga Vettri Kazhagam’
Celebrated for his roles in movies like as “Theri,” “Master,” “Bigil,” “Beast,” “Puli,” “Thuppakki,” “Mersal,” and “Kaththi,” Vijay has long been interested in charitable work. He thinks that non-profit organizations alone cannot bring about political change since political power is required to handle the current political climate.
Following Vijay’s declaration, his supporters spontaneously broke into cheers, expressing their desire for a government that is honest, unbiased, free of caste and religious bias, and that is run well. Vijay will serve as the party’s leader, and the leaders have already drafted and submitted the party‘s bylaws and organizational framework.
Vijay has become the latest well-known actor from Tamil Nadu to enter politics, joining the ranks of Sivaji Ganesan, MG Ramachandran, and Kamal Haasan. He has been waiting a long time to return all that the Tamil people have given him, including his name, fame, and money.