Ajino Moto Release Date, OTT, Star Cast, Trailer

This year, the Tamil cinema industry produced a number of blockbusters, including Vikram, Beast, Valimai, Etharkkum Thunindhavan, etc. This has demonstrated the industry’s capacity to dominate domestic box office receipts.

The industry’s filmmakers are doing all possible to offer their audience distinctive and original content in the form of their films and web series.

One of these movies is the upcoming criminal thriller Ajino Moto, which Mathiraj Iyamperumal wrote and directed as his directorial debut. The movie’s title suggests that it will be distinctive and intriguing as well.

Ajino Moto Star Cast

RS Karthik, a Tamil actor, plays the lead in the movie. He is well-known for his work in the films Peechaankai and Ennanga Sir Unga Sattam, while Gayatri Rema is well-known for playing significant roles in the films Touring Talkies, Oruthal, and Saaya, as well as online series like Vella Raja, Kannampoochi, and Mugilan, among others.

Ajino Moto also stars Aradya, Shyam, Ananth Nag, Pranshu Tiwari, and other actors in addition to the main actors. Under the auspices of Dattatrey Studios, the movie is made by A. Tamilselvan and Shivaraj Panneerselvam.

Ajino Moto First Look

Vijay Sethupathi, a “Makkal Selvan” and a Kollywood celebrity, presented the first glimpse of Ajino Moto on social media today. He sent the squad his warmest wishes. The major actor, RS Karthik, is depicted on the billboard as a cello, however the back of the lead actress, Gayatri, is actually the cello.

About AJino Film

A creative and enthusiastic group of craftsmen worked on the movie, including composer D.M. Udhayakumar, editor M.S. Srinath, and cinematographer K. Gangadaran. The songs for the movie are sung by G.V. Prakash Kumar, and its lyrics were written by Kabilan, Raja Gurusamy, and K.J. Iyanar.

According to the movie’s director, Ajinomoto is a flavour enhancer but is actually a poison that slowly kills people. The same film’s concept is also centred on the idea that individuals in the screenplay may first perceive certain circumstances as favourable but that they may ultimately put them in grave peril.