Ajith's flick with "Siruthai Siva" has been in the news ever since the project was announced.

Latest buzz doing the rounds is that the film has been titled "Vinayagam Brothers." According to reports, the film's plot revolves around brothers and that is why it has been given this title.

However, senior journalist Sreedhar Pillai believes that "Thala's" 54th film would not be called "Vinayagam Brothers", as it is an English title. Few years ago, the then Tamil Nadu government had announced that they would offer a full waiver of entertainment tax for films with Tamil titles.

Since then, Tamil films are being given titles only in regional language. In that case, it casts a doubt on the new title given to Ajith's film.

"I don't think it will b Vinayagam Brothers, as then it will not b entitled 4 entertainment tax exemption, which is a must 4 a big film," Sreedhar tweeted on his twitter page.

An official announcement from the makers is yet to be made.

The film's crew is currently busy shooting in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh. After completing the first schedule, Ajith and the film's team would be heading to Europe to shoot the songs. Actress Tamannaah has been paired opposite Ajith for the first time.

Ajith, who has been donning urban-centric roles in his past few films, will be seen in a rural avatar in "Siruthai" Siva's flick. His looks have been kept a secret. Siva, however, revealed that Ajith will be sporting a dhoti-clad look in most parts of the film. 

"The audience will get to see a dhoti-clad Ajith in most of the scenes in this film. As he is playing a rural character, this dhoti look has been perfect so far. It was great working with him during the first schedule of the film. We will be heading to Europe later this month for a couple of songs," Siva told The Times of India.

The film also boasts of an ensemble cast including Santhanam, Vidyulekha Raman, Devadarshini and Vidharth in supporting roles.

Ajith' other upcoming flick with Vishnu Vardhan of "Billa" fame is yet to receive a title. The film is tentatively called "Valai."