Why Samy asks Vijay to keep his mouth shut?

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Vijay and director Samy
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Ahead of Bigil release, director Samy, who is known for his controversial films has slammed actor Vijay for his speech. In a video released by the director, he is seen speaking about Vijay's bad behaviour and how he is acting in real life too.

Taking a dig at Vijay's statement from Bigil audio launch, he began his video by saying, “I don't know if you (Vijay) remember me, because we have met only four times. In one such meetings, I even narrated you a story titled 'Andril Paravai'.”

Comparing to the likes of superstar Rajinikanth, he said, “It will be good if you do your job just like Rajini. Please don't be vocal if you are not able to practise. Because by merely talking, you are inviting harm for yourself.”

“During the audio launch of Bigil, you had mentioned that 'one should learn to keep the right person in the right position'. Well, God is the only one who sets the position of everyperson. Vijay, you yourself know how good of an actor you are, not just in movies but in real life too. You are the one who does a weekly photo session with the fans and praise them highly. But personally I have seen you wash your hands with dettol after interacting and shaking hands with fans. That is where your true acting lies. So, please stop getting on stage and making such unnecessary comments,” he said.

He further added, “There are many high positioned people than you, not just in the movie industry but in the field of politics as well. All of them do their work and remain silent. It will be good if you too follow the same and keep your mouth shut. One day the truth will come out, and on that day actor like you will have to face an embarrassing situation in real life.”

Samy has directed movies like films Uyir, Mirugam, Sindhu Samaveli, Kangaroo. Vijay has not responded to Samy.

Bigil's trailer will be out on Saturday as the Vijay-starrer directed by Atlee is all set to hit the screens on Diwali.

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