Thala Ajith has a phenomenal fan base on social media and whenever a new picture or a video of his gets released, it creates a huge buzz among the netizens. Having said that, a new video of Ajith has now been released and we are sure that it is going to go viral on the internet. Ajith’s close friend and popular still photographer Sittrarasu took to his official Facebook page to share an unseen video of Thala Ajith and in this video, we see the Viswasam actor busily focussing on capturing a scenic visual through his camera. We all know that Ajith is highly passionate about photography and he has even conducted photoshoots for popular actors like Appukutty and others.

This throwback video was taken in Abu Dhabi during the shooting of Arrambam which was directed by Vishnu Vardhan. Sittrarasu is a still photographer who is currently working on notable biggies like Ajith’s Valimai, Sivakarthikeyan’s Doctor, and more. Ajith fans would surely be delighted to see this new video from the sets of Arrambam.

On the work front, Ajith is currently working on Valimai which is directed by H Vinoth. This action adventure thriller will feature Ajith playing the role of a police officer and the film is said to have a lot of high octane action sequences and bike chase sequences. One can be sure that Ajith would set the screen on fire with those portions. Produced by Boney Kapoor’s Bayview Projects LLP, the film has music scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja and cinematography by Nirav Shah. Kaala fame Huma Qureshi plays the female lead while RX 100 sensation Kartikeya has been signed to play the antagonist. It is going to be interesting to see a star like Ajith locking horns against a young hero and it looks like the fans can expect the Yennai Arindhaal magic to repeat. Kartikeya had recently shot for some of his portions in the film in the outskirts of Chennai.

The next schedule of Valimai is expected to begin in the next few days and Ajith is touted to take part in it. Details regarding the film’s release plans are yet to be known but we can get a better clarity only when the film is close to completion. For now, check out the new video shared by photographer Sitrarasu here: