A ‘Soul’ has no language, boundaries and walls that could keep it confined from flowing like rivers beyond the barriers. When the deepest emotions are expressed with heart and soul, it eventually gets us imbibed in its realms. Such has been the immense journey of Vijay Antony as a music director and actor in accordance to his magnanimous success, where his mantra has been all about connecting and reflecting emotions. Striking a colossal spell of consistent Chartbusters as a music director in all musical genres, he pioneered the trend of turning spotlights upon him as an actor. His unequaled significance of choosing substantial scripts and his ability to let the scripts and roles eclipse his image has become the most surpassing elements in escalating his career graph. With couple of movies from ‘Naan’ franchise establishing him in an unconventional avatar, his third outing ‘India Pakistan’ sparkled up smiles and celebrations with family audiences.
His recent release ‘Pichaikkaran’ directed by Director Sasi has apparently showcased his superior caliber on offering stark realisms in performance.Emotion itself is a language and this film proved of being a standout epitome in garnering mammoth response with dubbed version in Telugu titled ‘Bichagadu’, which marks its 100 days of successful run on August 20. When titles are often considered to be the sentimental quotient of South Cinema, especially in Tamil industry, Vijay Antony has broke that barrier with his daring blunt titles that initially might kindle a sort of doubtful gestures, but eventually prove worthy for its coherence with script and content.
With his heavy lineup of movies like ‘Saithan’ which is slated for a release shortly is said to be creating a huge level of interest in the trade as well as with the audience, Vijay Antony moves up in the ladder of commercial visibility. "Yamen" directed by Jeeva Shankar of Naan fame is discussed on par with the top most expected films of the coming year.