Kopar Khairane
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Happy Birthday, Ajith Kumar! Today marks the announcement of Thala's next movie, "VidaaMuyarchi"

Ajith Kumar, a celebrity in the South, turns 52 today, May 1. On this notable occasion, the name of his future movie, AK 62, was unveiled. The title of Ajith's next film, VidaaMuyarchi, was revealed by the movie's directors on a title poster.
It was also disclosed that Magiz Thirumeni will be directing the movie. The title is printed over a circular labyrinth on the poster. The slogan for Ajith's forthcoming movie was described as being “Efforts Never Fail.” Vidaa Muyarchi, the title, is Tamil for “determination.”
The production company for the movie, Lyca Productions, tweeted, “Wishing the guy of Persistence, Passion, and Hard Work. Wishing you a happy birthday, dear #AjithKumar sir. Now is the time for a celebration… The title of our next movie with Mr. AK is #VidaaMuyarchi. The cult director #MagizhThirumeni will helm the film “EFFORTS NEVER FAIL” under his direction. The hashtags “#HBDAjithkumar #LycaProductions #” and “#EffortsNeverFail” Look at the tweet that follows:
In support of Ajith Kumar's Vidaa Muyarchi, Lyca Productions. Initially, Vignesh Shivan was slated to direct the film, but due to creative disagreements with the producers, he was let go. He said, “AK62 is a letdown for me. Ajith Kumar's team is flawless. The second portion is not to production's satisfaction. I appreciate the chance being given to someone like Magizh Thirumeni. For the film that Magizh Thirumeni is directing, the actor is reuniting with the South Asian music composer Anirudh and the cinematographer Nirav Shah. Following Vedalam (2015) and Vivegam (2017), this is the third time the former and latter have worked together. The movie is about to start production. It is anticipated to debut in the middle of 2023.

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