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Vijay Sethupathi's Hilarious Anecdote: 'I Don't Have Clothes' for Award Shows

In a recent interview, Vijay Sethupathi regaled audiences with a delightful incident, offering a glimpse into his humorous side. He shared a witty anecdote centered around his avoidance of award shows in recent times.

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By Prerit Chauhan
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Renowned for his extraordinary acting finesse in South Indian cinema, Vijay Sethupathi is once again in the spotlight with his upcoming film, 'Merry Christmas.' Adding to the anticipation is the presence of the exceptionally talented actress Katrina Kaif alongside him. As the release of the film near approaches, both actors are actively involved in its promotional campaigns, stirring excitement among fans and cinephiles alike.

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Vijay Sethupathi's Comical Decline

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In a recent interview, Vijay Sethupathi regaled audiences with a delightful incident, offering a glimpse into his humorous side. He shared a witty anecdote centered around his avoidance of award shows in recent times. Recounting one such instance, he narrated how he came up with a comical excuse that could easily leave anyone chuckling. When approached with an invitation to an award event, his response was nothing short of whimsical: "Madam, I can't come. I don't have clothes." This witty response prompted Katrina Kaif to comment on its politeness, acknowledging the humor in his rejection.

The actor further expressed his stance on idolizing fellow artists, emphasizing that he doesn't consider himself a fan of any actor. Sethupathi elaborated on this viewpoint, explaining that having a fan-like admiration for someone would restrict his focus solely to that particular artist's work, which he believes wouldn't be fair to any actor in the industry.

'Merry Christmas,' the highly anticipated suspense thriller directed by Sriram Raghavan, features Vijay Sethupathi and Katrina Kaif in lead roles. Scheduled for release on January 12, 2024, the film is noteworthy for being filmed in both Hindi and Tamil languages. Generating substantial buzz, the recently unveiled trailer received an overwhelmingly positive response from audiences, heightening expectations for this cinematic venture.

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