Thalapathy Vijay fined by Chennai cops for flouting traffic norms; check details

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Tamil actor Vijay, also known as Thalapathy Vijay, was recently fined by the Chennai traffic police for violating tinted glass norms. Police fined the actor after videos of the star actor went viral on social media platforms, showing him exiting and entering his car before and after a fan meet held in Panaiyur recently.

Media reports suggest that Vijay was fined Rs 500 by the Chennai Traffic Police for violating the rules of tinted glasses. However, there is still no clarity on whether the police asked him to remove the tint from his car or not.

The Supreme Court has banned the use of tinted glasses. The top court had said that the glasses of the vehicle should be completely transparent. However, many celebrities have been flouting the rules time and again and have tinted their vehicle windows for their privacy. This, according to the apex court, is still a violation of traffic laws.

Apart from this incident, Thalapathy Vijay has also been in limelight for his much awaited film Varisu. Varisu, directed by Vamshi Paidipally, is expected to be a family action entertainer and has created a lot of buzz among the movie goers.

Recently, a dance number composed by Thaman S, ‘Ranjitham’ was released from the film. The song, in which Vijay and MM Manasi lent their voices, topped the charts. This song has got more than 64 million views so far. Varisu Pongal is all set to hit the screens for 2023.

In the movie Warisu, Rashmika Mandanna plays the female lead, Prakash Raj and Sarath Kumar play important roles in the movie. On the other hand, Prabhu, Prakash Raj, Jayasudha, Sham, Telugu actors Srikanth and Yogi Babu can be seen in supporting roles.

Reportedly, the makers of Warisu have shot a sequence for the song which cost Rs 7 crore. Furthermore, a total of 1,000 artistes were roped in by the makers for this 4-day shoot.

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