"Vijay, Simbu, Tamannaah And Vijay Sethupathi Care A Lot About Others Than People Know": Raghava Lawrence

Raghava Lawrence had addressed the press yesterday many things in his mind and also shed light on the much debated talk around him foraying into politics.

First up, Lawrence clarified his stance on his political entry saying he would not venture into politics as an individual, but would support the students and youngsters if the situation leads to as such and act as a moral support for them with public approval.

The choreographer turned actor turned director had taken to his official Facebook page saying:

"Hi friends and fans, I want to share an important matter with you all. I attended a press meet yesterday. There were 3 good things happened at the press meet

1. K. Manikandan, 16 years old who hails from Ambattur died during the last day protest at Marina. We had provided 10 lakhs rupees to the victim. We had also requested the youngsters to offer more help to affected protesters.

2. We said we provided shelter to one needy transgender.

3. We also informed, that youngster group has plans to do more social services going forward.

But none of these points were highlighted by some of the media. I had said that if the situation demands and if peoples want us to enter politics, we will enter. I did not even say that I will enter politics, I only said we will enter politics.

It was my wish to become dance master, it was my wish to become an actor and it was my wish to become director too but If the situation demands and if the students and youngsters are pushed to get into politics, I will support them as a backbone with public support."

Although Lawrence clarified on his Facebook page many details, the soft-spoken star had at the press meet revealed an interesting fact about 'Ilayathalapathy' Vijay, Simbu, Vijay Sethupathi and Tamannaah.

He disclosed that Vijay, Tamannaah and Vijay Sethupathi have contributed financially to his charitable trust which provides free education for over 200 children. In addition, he added that Simbu had also donated money when he himself was deep in financial trouble at a certain point of time in his career.