Thalapathy Vijay Completes 27 Years in the Film Industry; Fans Trend #27YrsOfKwEmperorVIJAY on Twitter
Vijay Completes 27 Years in the Film Industry (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Vijay is one of the most sought after actors in the Tamil film industry. Fondly called as Thalapathy by fans, the 45-year-old actor has completed 27 years in the film industry. This indeed calls for celebration and many have kick started it already. Twitterati are using the hashtag #27YrsOfKwEmperorVIJAY to mark this special occasion. This comes as no surprise if it becomes the top trend of the day. Vijay has strong fan clubs across social media platforms and it is unimaginable how these fans shower tons of love and extend their support to Vijay. Thalapathy Vijay’s Wax Statue Unveiled at a Museum in Kanyakumari (View Pics).

Thalapathy Vijay was born to Tamil filmmaker SA Chandrasekhar and playback singer Shoba. He made his acting debut at the age of 10 as a child artist in the film Vetri (1984) that was helmed by his father. It was from the age of 18 he started to feature in lead roles and the first film in which played the lead was Naalaiya Theerpu, released in 1992. It was the 1994 film Rasigan in which Vijay sported the ‘Ilaiya Thalapathy’ title along with his name, and became popular amongst fans and media. But his first acclaimed performance, the movie that shot Thalapathy to fame was Poove Unakkaga. On his completion of 27 years in the film industry, fans have shared numerous throwback pics of the actor and wished him with heaps of love. Let’s take a look at them! ‘7 Years Of Mega BB Thuppakki’: Fans Recall the Best Moments from Thalapathy Vijay Starrer!

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On the work front, Thalapathy Vijay was last seen in the sports drama Bigil, which again was a blockbuster. He played the role of a father and a son, leaving the audience absolutely enthralled with his performance. His upcoming project is with director Lokesh Kanagararaj. The film is tentatively titled as Thalapathy 64.