We hear that cinematographer Nirav Shah, who has accompanied the actor during the trip, will film his journey
Last Updated: 11.47 AM, Apr 30, 2023
If the buzz is to be believed, Ajith Kumar's bike tour is all set to become a documentary. We hear that Ajith, who has set out on a world tour on his bike, wants his journey to be documented. And that cinematographer Nirav Shah, who has been accompanying him on his journey, will do the honours of capturing the moments. Ajith is currently in Nepal and pictures of the actor from the neighbouring country have taken to the internet by storm. It is said that the visuals from the first leg of the tour have already been documented and edited.
The second leg of Ajith's bike tour has been titled #RideForMutualRespect. The trip is likely to span 16 countries and the entire journey will be recorded. However, there's no update on whether the documentary would be available for streaming for the public. Meanwhile, a number of pictures and videos have taken the internet by storm. In the videos, Ajith is seen chatting with the locals, dining at a local eatery, posing with passers-by and so on. He is also seen visiting some interesting locations.
In the meantime, fans are eagerly awaiting an update from Ajith on the occasion of his birthday tomorrow (May 1). Fans are hoping that an official announcement about his next film, which is tentatively being referred to as AK62, will be made tomorrow. The film is likely to be helmed by Magizh Thirumeni of Kalagathalaivan fame and will be bankrolled by Lyca Productions. The digital rights of the film have been bagged by Netflix for a whopping sum.
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Ajith was last seen in his Pongal release, Thunivu. The film was a bank heist thriller helmed by H Vinoth. The action entertainer clashed with Vijay's family drama and action entertainer Varisu, and both films set the cash registers ringing at the box office.