According to reports, a unit member associated to the crew, has indirectly managed to pull off a 57 seconds long clip from Arrambam’s print. The scene shows Ajith hanging head over feet, as three people surround him, taking chances in brutal assault.
Post the video surfaced online, the social media is in a frenzy with fans expressing their disgust witnessing their front man being taken to task. In similar concern, moments after its release, director Vishnuvardhan assured fans at his micro blog:
“It’s very disappointing to see the visuals leaked. I can assure it’s not from any of my technical departments. My guys are on the job of finding the source. Let’s just ignore this and look forward to the film.”
From what we hear, this scene was shot a year back at a go-down in Mumbai. Apparently, this is just a part of the long sequence, which took the crew an entire night to shoot.
But a section who watched the video claims, the video could have been leaked by the team itself, just like the earlier video in which Ajith hurt himself jumping on running car stunt was released to keep the fans engaged.