Top 5 mass scenes of Thala Ajith Kumar 0 3


Ajith is referred to as ‘Thala’ meaning ‘The Ultimate Star’ and is a popular actor in the Tamil Film Industry. He made his debut as a lead in 1993 with the film ‘Amaravati’. Ajith is also a Formula two racer. In fact, he participated in the 2004 British Formula 3 season and ranked the third best motor car driver in India. Forbes India’s listed Ajith in the Top 100 Celebrities in the year 2014. He also won many Filmfare Awards and State Film Awards in South. Ajith has the biggest fan following In Tamil Nadu. Some of his best mass opening scenes are as follows:


It is a Tamil action film directed by Siva and produced by Vijaya Productions. The film released on 10 January 2014. Ajith’s daredevilry in the train stunt sequence just before the interval, the fight sequence involving a little child, the auction scene, Ajith’s little bullock-cart ride or the sequence where the brothers show their mettle to Pradeep Rawat was all mass scenes of the movie.

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Siva is the writer and director of the movie and Aishwarya is the producer. The film released on 10 November 2015. The two scenes of the movie was a mass opening: one clip contained the Thala intro scene and the other has the song ‘Aaluma Dolumaa’. The movie was a blockbuster at the box office.


Mankatha is a black comedy action-heist film written and directed by Venkat Prabhu. It released on 31st August 2011. An absolutely unexpected SUV flying into the frame to the opening notes of the unforgettable theme music was a mass opening scene in the movie. When Ajith steps out of the car, the scene reaches an unprecedented crescendo.


Aarambam is an action film directed by Vishnuvardhan, produced by A. Raghuram and co-written by Subha. The film released on 31st October 2013. In the opening shot, Ashok (Ajith) plants bombs in strategic locations around the city which is really a perfect scene to enthrall his fans. His persona in the scene was applauded and created a rage among the audience.


It is an action-romance film directed by then debutante A. R. Murugadoss. The movie released on 14 January 2001. The movie that sparked the title Thala for Ajith has a memorable scene where he surrenders his barrage of weapons to Laila before he takes on the troublemakers bare-handed. The scene ends on a humorous note when the backup force that arrives shows total respect for Ajith.


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