Chennai : Actor Vijay, who openly expresses his political aspirations on many previous occasions, never misses out on using the audio launch events of his movies as a platform to talk politics. After Sarkar, Vijay made an indirect attack on politicians and rulers at the audio launch of his next movie Bigil in Chennai.
Speaking on the occasion yesterday, Vijay said, "People with the right skills must be employed in each industry. If people place the right person for the job in the right position, then all the issues will be solved."
On techie Subhashri's death, when a banner fell on her which led to the road mishap, Vijay said, "Wonder why the banner maker and lorry driver are arrested while the main culprit is still not touched".
Indirectly taking a dig at Chief Minister Edappadi K Pakamiswami, Vijay said, "You can't have someone who knows to braid and sell flowers, running a fireworks stall. People with the right skills must be employed in the right industry."
On the frequent fights between his fans and others on social media, Vijay urged them to use the tool for good.
"It is a good medium. One can spread hashtags on needed issues to create awareness".
Quite typical of his earlier audio launch events, he also adviced his fans. "Work hard. Do good. Don't copy others. Create your own identity."