Ajith Kumar was not happy with the lyrics of the Thunivu songs


The eagerly awaited Ajith Kumar film Thunivu is getting ready for a big premiere in January 2023. In the midst of post-production, the movie directed by the accomplished H Vinoth is currently being edited. On Friday, December 9, the song “Chilla Chilla,” from Thunivu starring Ajith, will debut. In the meantime, director H Vinoth recently opened up in an interview about the creation of the Thunivu songs and star Ajith’s involvement in that process.

Ajith Kumar is an actor who, interestingly enough, doesn’t believe in self-glorification, according to the filmmaker. H Vinoth claims that the fashionable star is very concerned about not using phrases in his song lyrics or film titles that glorify him. “I had a tough time convincing him about some lyrics in the Thunivu songs, as he wanted to change some lyrics that glorify him,” said Vinoth. Ajith Kumar was eventually persuaded by the director, who assured him that the lyrics were essential for the development of his character.

A bank robbery will serve as the basis for Thunivu, according to earlier reports. However, the director refuted the claims and affirmed that the movie is not based on a Punjabi bank robbery. The story of Thunivu, according to the filmmaker, isn’t overly antagonistic and is set in a dishonest world.

Manju Warrier will play the female lead in the much-awaited film. Manju, however, plays Ajith Kumar’s close friend in the movie rather than his romantic interest. Samuthirakani, Veera, John Kokken, Ajay, Cibi Chandran, and more actors may be seen in supporting roles in Thunivu. Zee Studios and Boney Kapoor’s Bayview Project LLP are the film’s producers.