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Getting it trim – 14/02/2005
Source IndiaGlitz

Ajith's Ji was released recently and the movie has been reportedly drawing huge crowds at theatres in and around the State.
The movie is all about a college student entering politics.
But there were some stray complaints from fans and industry pundits that the movie was dragging towards the second half and few portions needed to be trimmed. Hence director N Lingusamy sent his men to all theatres where the movie is screened to gauge the public reaction. And after understanding the pulse of the audience, a few scenes towards the climax have been cut to make the movie more compact.
With the trimming, no doubt the movie turns out to be a racy entertainer.
But the talk of the film is about the other trimming --- that the hero Ajith has undergone.
He looks in very good shape, a far cry from his heavy-weighted bulk in his previous movies.
Ajith in fact looks refreshed.
And that's good news for his fans

Ajit meets the press! – 16/02/2005
Source Moviebuzz

Ajit Kumar met the press today at his Abhiramapuram office. He said: “Ji has given me critical acclaim. As an artist, the film has given me immense satisfaction. Vasu of Ji had depth and I would boldly say that it is my best performance ever”.
Ajit feels that Ji should have released before Attagasam which was a low-class entertainer. His fans have been complaining that there are not too many mass elements Confesses Ajit: “I agree with them that the film was a bit classy but nobody has a bad word about the film. Actually Ji has created a new niche market for me”.
Ajit refused to talk about his forthcoming releases and said that the only film on floors is K.S.Ravikumar directed, Godfather. He also added: “I will not be doing any further films for Nic Arts after Godfather”. However Ajit told that he has given a promise to Bala and Selvaraghavan that he will do films with them but the producer has not been fixed.
He also added that his aim is be become the ‘Numero Uno’ actor and he will work hard to achieve that. Regarding the box-office collections of Ji he says: “It is early days to comment on the fate of the film but the opening was phenomenal”. The actor also bitterly complained that his producers are not giving adequate publicity to his films.

Ji` limping! – 17/02/2005
Source Moviebuzz

Ajit’s Lingusamy directed Ji has started sliding after three days thundering “opening” all over Tamilnadu. As such Ajit fans are not liking the film, as they say: “It is too preachy and there are very limited mass elements in the film”.
Two days after the release director Lingusamy edited 1350 feet (17 Minutes) of the film in the second half as people complained about the length of the film. Says Lingu: “We have trimmed it down to make the film more racy”.
Though Ajit rates Ji as his career best performance, his equation with close friend and producer of all his films Nic Arts Chakravarthy is at an all time low. The actor feels that Ji should have released before Attagasam and the film lacks good promotion. In places like Erode, Dindigul, Tirunelvelu and other parts of Tamilnadu, Ji has collapsed at the box-office and the trade feels it is far below Attagasam an average grosser in terms of collection.
Ajit lives up to his trade reputation as the “King of Opening” but a “Pauper in the long run”.

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