Having made his debut in Anjaathe, Ajmal surprised the audience with his acting prowess. He continued proving his mettle as an actor with Sago and continued it with Ko.After shifting gears as a hero, Ajmal left to the UK to pursue a post graduation in medicine and had to put a pause to his acting. But now, the tall, handsome and versatile performer, is back ! Ajmal who is now back into acting, has set the stage on fire as an antagonist in the recently-released trailer of Nayanthara's Netrikann. He is being lauded for his performance and that has put Ajmal on cloud nine. And his phone hasnt stopped ringing ever since the film trailer released. "I'm excited to be part of this project and I'm so happy at the response and the calls I'm getting after the trailer released!" he says. Talking about Netrikann, Ajmal said, "Though I was flooded with offers post Sago, I couldn't take them up as I had to pursue my studies. Netrikann came across as a right
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by Rinku Gupta The Aishwarya Rajesh starrer Thittam Irandu aka Plan B directed by Vignesh Karthik dropped on Sony Liv today. The whodunnit revolves around Aadhira, (Aishwarya Rajesh) a cop who is on the hunt for her missing friend Deepa Suriya( Ananya Ramprasad), who is feared dead. As she tries to unravel the mystery she finds the plot getting thicker with puzzling discoveries. On the personal front, she meets a young man (Subhash Selvam) whom she falls in love with and eventually decides to marry. But things dont go as planned, when her professional life gets entwined with her personal one, leading to some startling discoveries. The director has used the thriller genre to spring another surprise, that of a not -often- discussed societal issue which has several fallouts in the lives of affected parties. Vignesh's efforts to do so in a compact, slick format in a non-preachy way are commendable, though some may feel let down by his diversion from the thriller genre.