Ajith Kumar will not attend the massive pre-release event of Thunivu


Ajith Kumar loves living a modest life out of the spotlight. In the previous ten years, the fashionable celebrity never went to any film-related award show ceremonies. In a formal statement from the previous year, Ajith Kumar had also made it plain that he would never enter politics or social media. Recently, though, there have been rumors that Ajith would change his mind and attend the big pre-release party for his forthcoming movie Thunivu, which is scheduled to take place in Chennai.

Ajith Kumar’s choice to attend the Thunivu pre-release event was the subject of rumors that left both his fans and moviegoers incredibly excited. In an official statement that was released on Monday, October 31, Ajith Kumar put a stop to the rumors and stated categorically that he is NOT going to attend any promotional events for the movie. Ajith Kumar’s manager Suresh Chandra issued the message via his official Twitter account. It reads: “A good film is a promotion by itself!! – Unconditional love! Ajith.”

The moviegoers are now praising Ajith Kumar for his statement, which emphasized that strong films speak for themselves. Tamil moviegoers are now praising the actor from the movie Thunivu for ending all the rumors and emphasizing that a lousy movie cannot be saved by promotions in a single sentence. But the highly anticipated Ajith supporters are let down when their star does not make a public appearance.

After the success of Nerkonda Paarvai and Valimai, this is Ajith Kumar’s third collaboration with filmmaker H Vinoth. According to reports, Thunivu is based on the largest bank heist to ever occur in the nation. The movie also stars renowned Malayalam actress Manju Warrier as the female lead. Ghibran creates the project’s unique music, songs, and scores. The director of photography is Nirav Shah. The release of Thunivu in theatres is expected on Pongal 2023.