'Don't watch actor Vijay's movies': Shocking advice from Madurai Aadheenam turns heads!

The incumbent pontiff of Madurai Aadheenam, who is known for his controversial remarks, has now gone an extra mile and advocated not to watch the movies of actor Vijay. His comments have been turning heads as he spurred a fresh round of controversy. 

Madurai Aadheenam was addressing an event organized by Vishwa Hindu Parishad in Madurai on Sunday. The event had seen the participation of Coimbatore Aadheenam, Perur Aadheenam, and several Hindu seers. In his address, Madurai Aadheenam had slammed the government over the TASMAC liquor shops and said that the liquor shops are posing a huge influence today.

He went on to claim that politics has entered the temples as well and asked who would speak such politics other than them. He cited that the spiritual leaders can speak politics and said that the Hindu Charitable and Endowments Department should be revoked and that the temples should be brought under the committee of the local people and headed by retired Justices. 

He further asked the people not to put the currency in the hundials installed at the temples and said that such funds are not coming to the temples. He had annotated that the Dravidian model is acting against the Hindus and advised the people not to see the movies of actor Vijay. Madurai Aadheenam has said that the actor has been insulting Hindus in his movie due to which his movies shouldn't be watched. 

His remarks have been going viral on social media drawing mixed reactions. On the work front, Vijay is currently working on a project that has been tentatively named Thalapathy 66. The shooting of the movie is taking place at a steady pace with the aim of releasing the movie during the occasion of Pongal 2023. While Vamsi Paidipally directs the movie, Thaman has been composing the music and Dil Raju produces under the banner of Sri Venkateswara Creations.

Thalapathy 66 has been packed with an ensemble cast and while Vijay plays the lead role, Rashmika Mandanna plays the female lead, and Prakash Raj, Sarathkumar, Prabhu, Shaam, Yogi Babu, Srikanth, Jayasudha, Sangeetha, and Samyuktha play important roles. Lastly, Vijay was seen in Nelson Dilipkumar's directorial 'Beast' which got mixed reviews though it has done well at the box office.