Vijay Deverakonda Thalapathy Vijay CM Characters:
The rockstar Vijay Devarakonda’s upcoming bilingual NOTA’s theatrical trailer was out yesterday leaving his fans and movie lovers in awe. The fact that Vijay is donning the role of CM had created a comparison between him and Thalapathy Vijay’s Sarkar in which this star hero is speculated to be seen as CM of Tamil Nadu.
Nota initially sent a feeler that the movie would have a political touch where the hero Vijay Devarakonda was seen with his finger marked by the election ink after polling. The release of the theatrical trailer has completely changed the equation. Enormous buzz is surrounding this movie for the fact that VD is going to be seen as a careless young CM of the state of Tamil Nadu in Tamil version and to AP in Telugu version. At the same time, leading star of Kollywood, Vijay’s Sarkar will be showcasing this Namban hero in CM’s role. So the comparisons have started between these two.
The star power and craze of Vijay have made the Suriya postpone his flick’s release so the NOTA makers who thought to release this movie in competition with Sarkar changed their minds. The movie is going to get released on the 4th of October to avoid the heat from Vijay’s fans. But the success of Arjun Reddy resonated across the South Indian creating fan bases for the young hero Vijay Devarakonda. So Nota will also have grand openings in Tamil Nadu but the movie’s fate will be judged by the content. Meanwhile, the fans of VD in the two Telugu States would not leave the comparison between him and Vijay in Sarkar as the prior is a huge star than the latter in here.
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