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John Kokken Dubs For Ajith's 'Thunivu'

Directed by H Vinoth, 'Thunivu' is reportedly inspired by the 1987 Punjab bank robber, Ajith will be seen in a character of dual shade.
by Vignesh K | November 23, 2022 17:21 IST
John Kokken Dubs For Ajith's 'Thunivu'

With his antagonistic performance opposite Arya in Pa Ranjith's "Sarpatta Parambarai," a boxing drama, John Kokken quickly became well-known. The extremely fit actor next has a significant part in Ajith's next movie Thunivu. John Kokken had already appeared in several Tamil movies, although he didn't provide a voice for his parts in the movie. But because "Thunivu" is a special movie for the actor, he has chosen to dub in Tamil for the first time for his portions in the movie.

 
John Kokken posts behind-the-scenes photos from the dubbing sessions and writes "First time dubbing in Tamil for #thunivu. I couldn't have been more grateful or thrilled to have had my character in Ajith Kumar Sir's movie dubbed." According to earlier reports, John Kokken and Ajith's fight would be the movie's main attraction, and it appears that the former is poised to advance professionally. "Thunivu's" dubbing and post-production work has been progressing steadily, and the movie is looking good for a big Pongal release.
 
The 1987 Punjab bank robber apparently served as inspiration for H Vinoth's film "Thunivu," which also stars Manju Warrier, Samuthirakani, Veera, Ajay, and Cibi Chandran in pivotal parts. Ajith will play a dual-toned character in the movie. The first single track for the soundtrack, which is being composed by Ghibran, will soon be released.


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