Is Ilayathalapathy Vijay having political dreams of floating his own political party? After superstar Rajinikanth's interaction with his fans turned out to be a success, Vijay and his advisers are thinking about dabbling in politics by using his strong fan base.
At the fast organized by Nadigar Sangam in support of the Sri LankanTamils who are facing genocide, Vijay in his speech urged his fans to send telegrams to the Indian Prime Minister to intervene. According to sources in the telegraph department it was a huge success as nearly 50,000 telegrams were sent from Tamilnadu to the PM's office.
Now to up the ante on the Sri Lankan issue the star and his fans are conducting a one-day fast and protest at the Chepauk Guest House in Government Estate in Chennai on November 16.
On Vijay's birthday last June his fans launched the party flag. It seems like his father, producer and director S A Chandrasekhar, is grooming his son for the most important job in the state.