Chennai Feb 15, Ajith Kumar fans are going crazy with their unusual demand, wanting to know the Valimai update. After cricketers Moeen Ali and Ashwin now fans are asking PM Narendra Modi for Valimaiupdates.
It all started in the second Test Match of Ind Vs Eng at Chepauk stadium when Moeen Ali was fielding on the boundary after picking up four wickets despite being a tad bit expensive. The fans at the Chepauk decided to have some fun with the English all-rounder.
fans asked him about updates on Thala Ajith’s upcoming movie ‘Valimai’, which has become the talk of the town. The Left-handed batsman Moeen Ali was not able to understand what’s been said, he waved his hand with a smile on his face.
The fans of Ajith Kumar are in no mood to wait for the official announcement about the upcoming Ajit Kumar movie Valimai. After the Moeen incident, another video is going viral on social media.
Video shows that when Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi visited Chennai. The roads were cleared with the tight security at the time he landed in Chennai. When the vehicle of Narendra Modi crossed one particular spot, an Ajith Fan wrote Valimaiupdates on hoarding and called, ‘Sir Valimai update’.
The Chennai boy Ravichandran Ashwin also being asked about Valimai Updates
In a similar fashion to adding strength to their campaign of Valimaiupdates, Ajith fans continued their appeal to cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin in the ongoing test match. Ashwin, who was standing near the boundary line, was called, ‘Ashwin Valimai update’. However, the Chennai boy did not pay attention and rather concentrated on his fielding.
Valimai will be directed by H Vinoth and has music by Yuvan Shankar Raja. Ajith Kumar plays the role of a cop in the film which is expected to release across theatres in mid-summer 2021.
Thala Ajith king of Kollywood
Ajith Kumar is fondly known as Thala Ajith. In his three-decade-long career, Ajith Kumar has starred in more than 59 movies. ‘Citizen’, ‘Mankatha’, ‘Billa’, ‘Varalaru: History Of Godfather’ and ‘Vaali’ are some of his most-loved films. By Ravi Raushan