Ajith surprises with six packs in ‘Vivegam’
Continuing with the ‘V’ sentiment, Ajith’s forthcoming movie has been titled as Vivegam. The first look poster and the movie name were revealed on Thursday, 2 February at 12 am. Thala 57 aka AK 57 titled Vivegam – first look launched: The first look shows Ajith going huge physical transformation as he displays his chiseled body. His ready-for-action and intense eyes leave good impact on the viewers. The poster comes with a caption – Believe in yourself.
It has to be noted that there was a long list of names that were doing rounds online — Verithanam, Vedham, Viyugam, Vivegam and Vadham. Interestingly, one among the speculated name has turned out to be the official name of the flick. For Ajith, the names starting with ‘V’ have often signified victory. To name a few, Vedalam, Varalaaru, Veeram and Vaali are some of his big hits. Moreover, Siruthai Siva and Ajith’s two movies (Vedalam and Veeram) had the names starting with ‘V’ alphabet. Hence, the name Vivegam has not taken the viewers’ by surprise.
However, the first look of Thala 57 was expected to be out during Pongal festival in January. But it was delayed for the reasons best known to the makers. Now, the fans of Ajith have welcomed the news and happy that the name along with the posters have been finally revealed. Coming to the movie, the shooting is underway in Chennai. The team will wrap up the latest schedule soon and move to Bulgaria to shoot the remaining portions. Earlier, the shooting in Bulgaria was forced to stop midway following bad weather conditions, say reports. Else the shooting in Europe would have been completed by now.
The shooting of Thala 57 was started in Europe in September. The unit has wrapped up over 70 percent of the filming in Bulgaria, Chennai and Hyderabad. Thala 57 is an international spy thriller, in which Ajith plays an investigating officer. A crime occurs in Tamil Nadu and the hero, who wants to get to the root of the issue, probes the case, which takes him to Europe. The movie has Anirudh Ravichander’s music, Vetri’s cinematography and Ruben’s editing.