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Prachi Malhotra


FEB 15, 2023

Times Ajith turned a romantic hero

It might be hard to believe, but Ajith Kumar was once known as a romantic hero. Let us take a look at some of his noteworthy romantic entertainers

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The romantic side of Ajith Kumar

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Mani Ratnam's 1995 love story, Aasai is one of the first examples which come to mind. His electrifying chemistry with Suvaluxmi was highly applauded


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South Stars who played dual roles

The 1996 Tamil romance drama made under the direction of Agathiyan bagged a National Award for Best Feature Film

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Kadhal Kottai

The film was remade in Kannada with the name Yaare Neenu Cheluve, and in Hindi as Sirf Tum

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Story retold in many languages

Later in 2000, Ajith Kumar joined forces with Tabu for another romantic drama, Kandukondain Kandukondain

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Kandukondain Kandukondain

The protagonist was a struggling film director in a fluctuating relationship with his lady love, played by Tabu

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A director’s love saga

Ajith Kumar starrer Vaalee alongside Simran and Jyothika turned out to be one of the biggest hits of the time

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The 1999 venture turned out to be a commercial triumph and was even remade in Kannada with the same name

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Another feather in the cap

Filmmaker Ezhil directed Ajith Kumar and Jyothika in the 2001 Tamil drama, Poovellam Un Vasam

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Poovellam Un Vasam

The project turned out to be a commercial and critical success with a praiseworthy collection at the box office

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Success story

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