Ajith Kumar AK61 Thunivu Movie Story Based On 1987 Punjab Bank Heist?

AK61 Thunivu
AK61 Thunivu

The AK61 team has titled 'Thunivu' starring actor Ajith Kumar. Along with this, the film's first look poster has also been released. The heroic Ajith 

This is Ajith's third film, directed by H. Vinod. Boney Kapoor is producing this film on behalf of Zee Studios. Ajith's last movie, Valimai, gained success, although it didn't satisfy the common audience much. And now, the anticipation for the Thunivu movie is high.

In the first look photo released by the film crew, Ajith is sporting a cool beard and moustache while holding a gun. The film's title is 'Thunivu' in the background, like a banknote layout. Under it, 'No Guts No Glory' is mentioned in English. Based on that, it is expected that the film's story may be centred on the bank.

Thunivu Movie Based on the 1987 Punjab Bank Robbery?

It is said that the Thunivu movie is based on the 1987 Punjab bank Robbery. This robbery is still considered one of the biggest bank robberies in Indian history. Twelve to fifteen Sikhs dressed as policemen and armed with submachine guns and rifles escaped with nearly 5.7 crores.

It is to note that during the heist, no one was injured. One of the Policemen who investigated the case described the heist as a neat and clean operation. 

AK61 Thunivu Movie Cast And Crew:

The movie casts are Ajithkumar, Manju Warrier, John Kokken, Veera, Ajay, Samuthirakani, GM Sundar, Bagavathi Perumal, Mahanadhi Shankar, Ciby Chandran, Saravana Subbiah, Bala Saravanan, John Vijay and Dharshan. The music is composed by Ghibran.