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Ajith Kumar's cinema career began in this manner

Who in this day and age does not recognise the well-known Tollywood actor Ajit Kumar? He often comes up in conversations for one reason or another, and today is Ajit Kumar's 49th birthday. He was one of the top actors in the Tamil cinema business when he was born on May 1, 1971, in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. Ajith grew up in a regular middle class home in Hyderabad, India as the middle kid. He was raised in Tamil Nadu's Chennai. Before finishing his upper secondary school, he left the Asan Memorial upper Secondary School in 1986.
He began working as a mechanic and obtained a driver's licence in order to pursue his passion in auto racing. At the age of 18, Ajit had to start working to support his career in racing cars. He worked as an apprentice for a textile export firm before going into business for himself and doing a few minor newspaper and television commercials. He put a lot of money into the competition. Because there was no money to be made in the race at the time, he used to borrow tyres from friends, who also helped him when the chain broke.
After an incident, she was cast as a model for print media commercials by a number of business firms. He had to decide between watching films and racing, and because watching films offered more options and generated some income, he began concentrating on them. Lakshmi Productions, a Telugu film company, cast Ajith in their movie when he was 20 years old. Unfortunately, the film's shooting was put on hold after the director passed away shortly before it started. Ajith made his acting debut with the low-budget Telugu film “Prema Pustagam” when he was 21 years old. To date, this has been his only Telugu film that he has directed.

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