Valimai, the Thala Ajith starring action thriller was delayed due to the coronavirus threat and lockdown. Earlier, it was reported that lead actor Ajith has instructed director H Vinoth and his team to resume the shooting only after the pandemic comes under control. But, the team has finally resumed the shooting of Valimai in Chennai.
As per the latest updates, director H Vinoth and his team have resumed the shooting, following all safety guidelines implemented by the government. The team is currently filming the race scenes featuring Karthikeya Gummakonda, the actor who appears as the antagonist in Valimai. If the reports are to be believed, Ajith will soon resume shooting and will film his combination scenes with the RX 100 actor.
Recently, Karthikeya Gummakonda had dropped a major hint on Valimai, while thanking the Ajith fans for wishing him on his birthday. In his Twitter post, the actor has requested the fans to maintain patience, as a highly exciting update on Valimai is on the way. From the actor's words, it is evident that the movie will be a complete treat for the fans of Ajith and Tamil cinema audiences.
Special thanks to all #ThalaAjith sir fans for showering so much love on my birthday.I promise to work hard and make us all proud ..— Kartikeya Gummakonda (@ActorKartikeya) September 21, 2020
Konjam porumaiya irunga.
Neenga edhir parthadha vida sirapaana oru update vara pogudhu#Valimai #WaitingForThalaDharisanam
Enna Naa Solradhu😎 pic.twitter.com/g5pOcbjnIt
In an interview given to a leading magazine, Boney Kapoor, the producer of Valimai had opened up about the current status of the H Vinoth directorial. 'Valimai is a big action film that stars Ajith Kumar. It happens to be the 60th film of the actor. Around 50 percent shooting of Valimai is completed', revealed the producer.
Bollywood actresses Yami Gautham and Huma Qureshi are appearing as the female leads opposite Ajith in Valimai. Ileana D'cruz, the popular actress is said to be making a special appearance in the movie. Valimai is expected to hit the theaters by the second half of 2021.