In a measure to check expenses and ensure that he is not part of lavish parties, Vishal has announced that he would not be taking part in any more birthday parties in future.
“I won’t be taking part in birthday parties; I’m also not going to accept bouquets,” said Vishal, insisting that money spent for these purposes could well be spent on meeting the educational expenses of economically deprived children.
Even as he is getting ready for the theatrical release of his upcoming Suseenthiran-directed Paayum Puli opposite Kajal Aggarwal and is also playing a prominent role in mustering forces against the incumbent team of Nadigar Sangam, Vishal has also been working for the welfare of the under-privileged children. At Paayum Puli audio-launch, he avoided lavish things and presented to the participants copies of Abdul Kalam’s book.
Vishal, who turns 38 today, has decided to celebrate his birthday with his fans. Avoiding a lavish birthday party, he has decided not to take part in expensive birthday parties in future so that the money spent on those parties could be spent usefully in taking care of educational needs of poor children.