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Thalapathy 69: Thalapathy Vijay’s Demand Of 250 Crores Salary Leads To Trouble?

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It came as nothing but a shock to fans when Thalapathy Vijay announced that he would be quitting films soon to join the political fray. However, he made it clear that he’d be completing his already-committed projects. One of them is The Greatest Of All Time and another one is his 69th film, which is also called Thalapathy 69.

For the unversed, Vijay’s The Greatest Of All Time will be released on 5th September, and the shooting of the film will be wrapped up soon. After that, he’ll be moving to Thalapathy 69. As per initial reports, Vijay’s last film was supposed to be bankrolled by DVV Danayya, who also produced RRR.

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As per the report on Track Tollywood, Thalapathy Vijay demanded a salary of 200 crores, and DVV Danayya happily agreed to it. It is further learned that Danayya was looking for a Telugu director to helm the film as he felt Vijay’s Tamil mass allure and Telugu masala would make the film a winning combination. But the twist in the tale came when Vijay demanded that director H Vinoth, known for films like Valimai and Thunivu, should be brought in to do the job. Additionally, Vijay even hiked his remuneration to 250 crores for the film. This reportedly did not go well with Danayya and as a result, he decided to walk out of the project.

The latest grapevine is that Thalapathy Vijay and H Vinoth are looking for a producer who can take his last film to a scale never seen before in the Southern film industry. After all, Thalapathy fans will be expecting him to make a grand exit before he becomes a full-time politician.

Meanwhile, in February this year, Vijay announced the formation of his political party Tamizhaga Vetri Kazhagam. He even declared that his party would contest the 2026 Tamil Nadu Assembly elections.

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