Ajith turns 48: From Vaali to Vivegam, a look at the actor's most memorable performances [Photos]
Ajith recently wrapped up the shoot for Nerkonda Paarvai bankrolled by Boney Kapoor. The film is a Tamil remake of Amitabh Bachchan starrer Bollywood hit film Pink.
Ajith, also fondly addressed as the king of box office openings, broke Kabali's opening record in Tamil Nadu with Vivegam.
In the fast-paced entertainer <em>Varalaru (2006)</em>, Ajith was seen in three different roles. His convincing performance led the film to complete a 100-day run at the box office. Source: Twitter.
Ajith was seen alongside popular Malayalam actor Suresh Gopi in <em>Dheena</em> which also marked the directorial debut of A R Murugadoss, best known for <em>Ghajini</em>. Source: Twitter.
The critically acclaimed <em>Vaali(1999)</em> had Ajith in a dual role. As Ajith played the role of a deaf and mute man with psychotic tendencies, he managed to be convincing without uttering a single word. <em>Vaali</em> proved to be a breakthrough for the actor. Source: Twitter.
Ajith played the dual role of twins in <em>Villain(2002),</em> a K S Ravikumar directorial. In one of his roles, he played a bus driver and in other a physically and mentally challenged person. Source: Twitter.
With<em> Mankatha (2011)</em>Ajith stunned his fans with his all-new avatar. He played the stylish and a classy negative character and the film turned out to be a huge commercial success making it the 50th film of his career. Source: Twitter.
<em>Billa (2007)</em> directed by Vishnu Vardhan was a remake of Amitabh Bachchan’s <em>Don</em>(1978). The film became one of the biggest hits of Ajith’s career. Source: Twitter.