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Ajith Kumar's upcoming action thriller titled 'Thunivu'; first look unveiled

Updated on: 22 September,2022 10:09 AM IST  |  Chennai
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The film, which is a Boney Kapoor production (just like 'Valimai', another Ajith Kumar-Vinoth collaboration), has a plot that revolves around a bank heist

Ajith Kumar's upcoming action thriller titled 'Thunivu'; first look unveiled

Thunivu first look


Ajith Kumar's upcoming action thriller, which is being directed by H. Vinoth and was tentatively called AK61, has been titled 'Thunivu', its makers announced on Wednesday.


The first look poster of the film, which also had the title of the film on it, has Ajith relaxing on a chair with a semi-automatic weapon in his hand. The title has the tagline, 'No Guts, No Glory'. The film, which is a Boney Kapoor production (just like 'Valimai', another Ajith Kumar-Vinoth collaboration), has a plot that revolves around a bank heist.


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Interestingly, the unit had erected a giant set resembling Chennai's popular landmark Mount Road in Hyderabad where certain important scenes of the film were shot in its previous schedules. Just one more schedule of shooting is left. After the last schedule, Ajith is expected to move on to his next project, which is to be directed by Vignesh Shivan.

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