62 countries in 18 months: Ajith to embark on a global tour by taking a break from movies...Deets here!

(This article is authored by Alar) 

The nearly six-month-long filming for actor Ajith Kumar's upcoming project 'Thunivu' is now in the final stage. In the midst of a social media storm over the release of the movie, Ajith has been quietly planning to embark on an adventurous journey across the globe. 

According to sources, Ajith will take a break from films for over a year and he would travel to 62 nations for 18 months on a motorcycle. It is speculated that after finishing AK 62 with Vignesh Shivan and his unprecedented global tour, he will resume his acting in new projects. It is pertinent to note that the actor had been on a similar adventurous journey across India where the visuals of his bike tour have been captivating his fans. 

He took a motorcycle trip across Europe, stopping in Belgium, England, and France. He took part in the Thnivu shooting in Visakhapatnam before riding his motorcycle to the Himalayas, where he paid his respects at the Kargil Memorial and a visit to the Kedarnath and Badri Nath temples. These images and videos never missed to caught under fans' eyes. 

In this vein, there are sources that say that following the release of his film AK62, actor Ajith Kumar will embark on an 18-month world tour, visiting 62 countries across 7 continents. The filming of Thunivu began in April of last year and is progressing quickly. The movie will reportedly be released on Pongal next year and now, all of the film's shooting has been finished. 

Notably, Thunivu will clash with Vijay's Varisu during Pongal. Based on a true story, "Thunivu" will be centred on robbing a bank and make some allusions to actual incidents. Manju Warrier, Veera, John Kokken, Samuthirakani, and Mahanadhi Shankar will all play significant roles in Thunivu, which stars Ajith in the lead role. Ghibran composed the music for the film. The next project, tentatively titled "AK 62," will see the ultimate star work with director Vignesh Shivan. The project will be funded by Lyca Productions, and it is anticipated that filming will begin at the end of the year.