Other than his incredible presence both onscreen and offscreen, Ajith Kumar has been making rounds around the country as well as the news. He is taking his fans by aww with his recent photos and videos from his biking trip in Ladakh which have been going viral across various social media platforms. Well, yet another video has emerged and is the newest viral video featuring him from his trip.
In this video that has been going viral, the Mankatha actor pulls over his bike to talk to some fans from Coimbatore who said they had been looking for the actor for the past three days to which Ajith responds sarcastically saying, "Looking out for me? Am I a thief or a murderer?". Following that interaction, Ajith being the nice man he is, asks the trio about their travel details. The video has been going around all over social media and this is also the first time we are hearing Ajith's original voice in a very long time.
Ajith has been actively taking pictures with fans who want to meet him on his travels and many of them are already out there for all to see. Ajith is currently on a bike adventure across India. He travels around different parts of Ladakh. Meanwhile, on the work front, he was last seen in H Vinoth directed and Boney Kapoor produced Valimai which has released earlier this year. The trio have collaborated yet again for his upcoming project.
Tentatively titled as AK 61, the film will be their third project together after 2019's Nerkonda Parvai and Valimai. The upcoming film will star Manju Warrier of Asuran fame as the female lead. She recently joined Ajith on his adventurous bike trip in Ladakh. The film is nearing its completion and the final schedule of the film will be shot upon the return of the two actors from their getaway. It is believed that this final schedule of the film will be shot overseas. AK 61 is expected to release either by the end of this year or some time next year in early 2023. Following this, Ajith has also signed on to a project with diector Vignesh Shivan which has been tentatively titled as AK 62.
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