IT IS VERY DIFFICULT FOR ME TO WATCH MY FILMS: VIJAY
Hindustan Times|October 20, 2021
Vijay Sethupathi says that for him, as an artiste, there is nothing above the pursuit of excellence
Sugandha Rawal

Actor Vijay Sethupathi's name is enough to get millions of his fans excited about any project. But it is the opposite for him. “I am an actor. Without art, I'm nothing. So, I don't let stardom or fame get to my mind. I focus on my work. I don't even like to watch movies," Sethupathi tells us.

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