Director of Ajith Kumar’s Thunivu says the film is not a single genre in the release of new stills.

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Director of Ajith Kumar’s Thunivu says the film is not a single genre in the release of new stills.

According to rumours, Ajith Kumar would portray a character who has dark undertones.

With his salt-and-pepper appearance, Tamil actor Ajith Kumar, who was most recently seen in the crime action film Valimai, has redefined swag and elegance. He sports a flowing white beard for his next movie Thunivu, and it has already become a fashion statement. The movie, which is scheduled for a Pongal release the following year, has generated a lot of buzz ever since it was first announced. The film had several showings in Thailand as well.

As he prepares for a confrontation, Ajith Kumar is seen in some recent fresh stills from the film that have been making the rounds on the internet. Look at those swagger-emitting stills.

Thunivu: Ajith Kumar oozes swag in new stills from film

Director H Vinoth has some fresh information to reveal about the movie in addition to the new stills that have fans in a frenzy. Due to the fact that Thunivu involves a bank, it was once advertised as a heist movie. H Vinoth has since clarified that it is a multi-genre movie rather than a heist movie. He claimed that because it contains all the elements that viewers expect from a masala film, the movie cannot be classified into a single genre. Additionally, there are rumours that Ajith Kumar would portray an adversary or a character with dark undertones.

Ajith Kumar was reportedly portraying two characters in the movie, according to some reports. But in his most recent conversation with the media, the filmmaker claimed that it would be best to solve the riddle when the movie opens in theatres.

Thunivu and Thalapathy Vijay’s Varisu, which is also scheduled for a Pongal release, will directly compete at the box office.









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