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[VIDEO] Thala Ajith and Shalini get snapped at a hospital; fans send get well soon wishes

[VIDEO] Thala Ajith and Shalini get snapped at a hospital; fans send get well soon wishes

Fans cry when he cries, fan burst into laughter when he laughs and fans get angry and jump up in joy when Thala Ajith beats up the goons. Over the years, Ajith has not only become one of the finest actors but also a performer who is an audience favourite. With numerous accolades to his name, Ajith has entertained the audience with his hit films including Billa, Arrambam, Vivegam, Mankatha, Vedalam and Viswasam among others. But apart from his on-screen appearances, it's his real-life love story that continues to make fans go aww!

While shooting for a film, Ajith accidentally cut Shalini's hand with a knife and that was the beginning of their beautiful love story. While the duo continues to shell out couple goals, fans have been in distress ever since the duo were spotted in a hospital last night. A video has been going viral, on several fan pages, that records Ajith and Shalini being snapped at a hospital in Chennai wearing masks.

It can be a routine check-up as well, but fans have been at the edge of their seat due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis and have been taking to social media to voice their concern.

Check out the video here:


On the film front, Ajith was busy shooting for Valimai before the coronavirus outbreak. Touted as one of the most anticipated films of the year, images of the actor from the set had found their way on social media. The next schedule of the film was to be shot through Spain and Morocco. But reports suggest that the shooting of the film in the international locations will be now done in India.

Filmibeat adds, "Valimai director, H Vinoth have to shoot the action sequences in India only, as travelling might become harder after the lockdown. Earlier, director Vinoth wanted to shoot at an equally raw landscape as in Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru, for an important action sequence in Valimai."

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