“I never feel proud of myself and don’t let success go to my head; in fact, I don’t feel jealous about other’s success. Actually, I’m in the habit of applauding others for their successes,” Vijay Sethupathi has said.
Vijay Sethupathy, who has also produced a few films, made the above-said remarks at the recent audio-launch of his upcoming film Dharma Durai held in Chennai. Directed by Seenu Ramasamy, the film has him romancing a trio of heroines in Tamannaah, Aishwarya Rajesh and Srushti Dange. Yuvan Shankar Raja has scored the music of the film which is to release in theatres on 19th August.
“It’s a film which has a myriad of emotions: it has romance, comedy, action, etc. The script depicts a man in three different phases of his life wherein he falls in love with three different girls. It has plenty of sentiment-inducing sequences between a mother and his son. I’m sure the film would impress all sorts of audiences in general and families in particular,” he said.
On another note, he said that he never allowed success to go to his head. “I never felt proud of whatever I might have achieved. I also have the habit of not feeling jealous of others’ successes; in fact, either get in touch over phone or visit personally those who have courted success in various spheres of film-making and appreciate them,” he said.