Tamil television actor Nanjil Vijayan, best known for his appearances on hit Vijay Television shows like Adhu Idhu Edhu and Kalakka Povathu Yaaru, has shared an announcement about his engagement. The popular star revealed the news of his engagement on Instagram along with pictures from the ceremony, which was held in a simple manner in the presence of family members and close friends at his residence, with actors Robo Shankar, Saravanakumar TSK, Gopinath, Thangadurai among others from the Tamil entertainment industry wishing him.
Nanjil Vijayan shot to fame after his appearances and performances on Vijay TV shows namely Adhu Idhu Edhu and Kalakka Povathu Yaaru, which catapulted his popularity to new heights and made him a household name across Tamil Nadu and among the Tamil-speaking people around the world. Known for his hilarious dialogue delivery and unique body language, the TV actor also has his own YouTube channel and enjoys a big fan following. Nanjil Vijayan also got entangled in a controversy during the lockdown time when he along with Tik Tok fame Surya Devi criticized Bigg Boss Tamil actress Vanitha Vijayakumar's marriage to the late Peter Paul.
Nanjil Vijayan and Suriya Devi reportedly made comments against Vanitha after she married for the third time. The Bigg Boss star filed a police complaint against Suriya Devi for allegedly making statements defaming her leading to her arrest. Nanjil Vijayan then began posting in support of Vanitha on social media after Suriya Devi's arrest leaving her upset at the time. A case was then registered against Nanjil Vijayan based on a complaint filed by Suriya Devi leading to his arrest under five sections as he did not appear for interrogation in spite of various summons being sent to him. After coming out from police custody, Suriya Devi paid a visit to Nanjil Vijayan's residence. At the time, Suriya Devi alleged that Nanjil and his friends attacked her. Nanjil Vijayan too claimed that it was Suriya Devi, who attacked him. Both Nanjil Vijayan and Suriya Devi were friends for six years, but have since been at opposite ends of the spectrum.