Troubles seem to have become a synonym for Illayathalapathy Vijay. He is probably one actor from the current generation, who has faced issues during his film releases one after the other.
In the last few years, some of his decisions related to his political connections have adversely affected his films causing losses for his producers. Now, the actor is returning with Jilla and luckily this film has not faced much issues, which has made his fans happy.
In the couple of years, Vijay’s ambition to take a plunge into politics seems to have back fired. The saddest part of the story is that his films became victims of political cold wars. The actor’s career saw a disappointing downfall between 2007 and 2010 with his much-hyped films like Kuruvi, Sura, etc., bombing at the Box Office.
To add salt to the injury, he had differences with a production house that was run by a political party that paved way for more troubles to come in the following years.
Soon some of the theatre owners and distributors started creating troubles for his film. His Kaavalan faced troubles just a few days before the release. Vijay’s prestige was at stake.
But with the help of producer/distributor Aascar Ravichandran, he managed to bail out the film from crisis to release the film successfully in the state. The film became a moderate hit, but gave a big relief for him as his movie did decently after a few years.