The actor, who turned up late for the event as he was reportedly struck in traffic, was in all smiles.
Speaking about the film and the response from his fans, Vijay said, ‘ all credits should go to director Shankar. It was a rare opportunity to work with a filmmaker like Shankar. I enjoyed every moment of it’.
Says Vijay, ‘ it was a welcome change for me. I had been doing masala movies as they were minimum guarantee at the box office. But when a script like Nanban comes to me, I was ready to lap it up’.
He is currently working in Thuppaki followed by a movie with Goutham Menon.