Vijay Sethupathi Choses Comfort Over Simplicity; Says, ‘What I’m Wearing Is Actually Expensive’

Merry Christmas is the first collaboration between Katrina Kaif and Vijay Sethupathi. The movie Merry Christmas is shot simultaneously in Hindi and Tamil with distinct supporting casts. Even the trailers for each language were tailored differently, heightening anticipation. The film is all set to the theatres on Friday.

vijay setupathi in Merry Christmas

Vijay Sethupathi’s take on his simplicity

Merry Christmas is Sethupathi’s third Hindi film after Santosh Sivan’s Mumbaikar and Atlee Kumar’s Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Jawan, and the film is exciting his fans across language barriers. During a conversation, a fan praised his simplicity, prompting Sethupathi to respond stating, “People say that [I am simple]. It’s not accurate.”

He further clarified, “I dress comfortably. I could even wear a blazer,” gesturing towards his peach shirt. “I chose this attire today because it’s comfortable, not for simplicity. What I’m wearing is actually expensive.”

katrina kaif and vijay setupathi in Merry Christmas

Vijay Sethupathi says, “People perceive me as simple, but it’s not true.”

Dismissing the notion that he is a simple person, Sethupathi added, “People perceive me as simple, but it’s not true. If I feel at ease, I could even emulate James Bond. Please, I don’t want this simplicity label,” he concluded with a warm smile, eliciting laughter from Katrina as well.

While promoting the film in Mumbai on Thursday, the actor lauded his Merry Christmas co-star Katrina Kaif. He said that she is “not only beautiful but also a thinking and sensible actor.” he also said that he never expected to work with her as he is quite a fan of Katrina Kaif.

vijay setupathi in Merry Christmas

Katrina Kaif and Vijay Sethupathi in Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas is an upcoming Indian thriller film directed by Sriram Raghavan. it is a story of two strangers who meet on a fateful Christmas Eve. A night of delirious romance turns into a nightmare. Revealing anything more would be a crime.