Thegimpu is the title given to Ajith Kumar’s Thunivu in Telugu-speaking countries.
According to sources, the 1987 Punjab bank robbery, in which 13 culprits were apprehended, served as the basis for Thunivu.
Due to his film Thunivu, which will face off against Vijay’s Varisu during Pongal and have an explosive box office fight, Ajith Kumar is the talk of the entertainment industry right now. The anticipation for this movie increased after H Vinoth recently revealed the Telugu version’s title on Twitter. Thegimpu is the name of the thing. “#Thunivu #Thegimpu Telugu #AjithKumar sir,” Vinoth said in the caption.
Vinoth posted two posters with the message and an image of Ajith relaxing while clutching a rifle. A thick white beard and an ear stud gave him a handsome appearance.
In Telugu-speaking states as well, Thunivu has fans crossing their fingers. According to rumours, Thunivu will lose out to Varisu in Telugu-speaking regions. According to rumours, Thunivu has sold for Rs 3 crore in Telugu-speaking regions. This cost is far lower than Varisu, which was acquired for around Rs 20–25 crores. Thunivu will face more difficulties because not just Varisu, but also a number of other movies starring established Telugu actors will be released at the same time. As a result, Thunivu will reportedly receive even fewer screens than what is already anticipated.
According to sources, the 1987 Punjab bank robbery, in which 13 culprits were apprehended, served as the basis for Thunivu. These criminals allegedly had submachine guns and rifles and were dressed as police officers. They had made off with a massive sum of Rs 6 crore. According to rumours, Labh Singh, the mastermind of this crime, served as the inspiration for Ajith’s character. His creation of the Khalistan Commando Force came later.
In contrast, the plot of Varisu centres on a business magnate’s heir, who takes over the company following his passing.