Bigil: Thalapathy Vijay's fans install CCTV at a girls school instead of erecting banners.
Fans of actor Vijay on Tuesday, October 22 donated money to set up 12 Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) and monitors at Meenakshipuram in Tirunelveli.
Thalapathy Vijay's Bigil is releasing on 25th October and fans are eagerly waiting for their stars grand release.
According to producer Archana Kalpathi, the film is releasing in about 4000 to 4200 screens across the globe.
In a bid to promote the wellbeing of girl children and the society at large, fans of actor Vijay on Tuesday (October 22) donated money to set up 12 Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) and monitors at Meenakshipuram in Tirunelveli.
The CCTV was installed at the Meenakshipuram Girls Higher Secondary School and the surrounding areas.
Tirunelveli District Commissioner of Police Arjun Saravanan inaugurated the facility today and said the actor's fans have set an example for fans all over the state.
"Fan club members of actor Vijay visited me a few days ago. Instead of erecting flex banners and posters the fan club wanted to responsibly celebrate the release of Bigil movie. After hearing the suggestions of the police department they have come forward to donate money in setting up the CCTV cameras and monitor" he said in a Facebook post.
Recently, Actor Vijay had spoken out against the banner culture in the wake of the demise of Chennai techie Subashri, who lost her life when an illegal hoarding fell on her when she was driving. Vijay, at the audio launch of Bigil, had urged his fans not to erect hoardings and banners to celebrate the release of his movie.
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