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Climax Spoliers Aside, Ajith and the 'Thala55' Head to Malaysia

Published: 10th June 2014 02:42 PM  |   Last Updated: 10th June 2014 02:44 PM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: The entire cast of Ajith-Gautham Menon thriller Thala 55 is headed to Malaysia on Tuesday where they will shoot for a marathon three weeks and move towards conclusion.

trisha.jpgA source close to the film’s unit said that there were at least another 60 days of shoot left before the film was to be wrapped up and sent to post-production.

The crew would have been in a slightly rocky place when news got out that Trisha, who plays one of the female leads alongside Anushka, is killed in the climax — a scene that was canned earlier this week during the shoot along locations on the East Coast Road. “It is unfortunate that people are making a big deal about this.

The team is focused on finishing the shoot and quickly move towards the graphics portion for Ajith’s characters. We are looking at a release in early November, as we don’t want a situation similar to Pongal where Veeram and Jilla released together,” he said. While both films did brisk business in their own right, their individual earnings may have been substantially larger had they released independently. Gautham Menon knows best, at any rate!

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