Ajith Kumar's "Vedalam" has been censored and the Tamil movie has bagged clean 'U' certificate from the Regional Censor Board. Now, the count down for the trailer release has begun.
"Vedalam" was watched by the censor board members on Friday, 30 October and they have given 'U' ceritificate for the movie after asking a few cuts and to mute a few one-liners at parts. The next major development will be the trailer release of the forthcoming flick.
The trailer of Ajith Kumar's "Vedalam" was supposed to be released for Navaratri. But it was delayed due to the incompletion of the post-production works.
The shooting of the film was completed a week ago and Anirudh Ravichander is busy with the background score of the film. On the other end, editor Ruben has completed works on the trailer.
Ajith's fans have been eagerly waiting for the trailer of "Vedalam". The makers have already released three teasers including two song teasers of the Tamil movie. All have become big hits on YouTube and the audience hope that the trailer lives up to their expectations.
Meanwhile, it has almost been confirmed that "Vedalam" will hit the screens worldwide on 10 November, along with Kamal Haasan's "Thoongavanam".
Journalist and entertainment tracker Sreedhar Pillai has confirmed the same and tweeted, "#DeepavaliReleaseUpdate - #KamalHaasan's #Thoongavanam (UA) & #Ajith's #Vedalam (to be censored) will release worldwide on D-Day - Nov 10#DeepavaliReleaseUpdate - #KamalHaasan's #Thoongavanam (UA) & #Ajith's #Vedalam (to be censored) will release worldwide on D-Day - Nov 10."
"Vedalam" has been produced by AM Rathnam and directed by Siruthai Siva, who had earlier worked with Ajith in "Veeram". Shruti Haasan, Lakshmi Menon, Kabir Duhan Singh, Rahul Bose and others are in the cast.