Vignesh Shivan is reportedly exiting Ajith Kumar’s 62nd filmAs Ajith Kumar basks in the success of his last release, ‘Thunivu’ (Tegimpu in Telugu), his upcoming project, tentatively titled ‘AK62’, is making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Bankrolled by Lyca Production, the film was supposed to be helmed by Vignesh Shivan. However, according to the latest reports, the director is no longer a part of the project. Adding fuel to the fire, the filmmaker removed ‘AK62’ from his social media bios. Popular Tamil director Magizh Thirumeni’s name is being floated around as a replacement, but makers have not released a confirmation on any of the rumours. Earlier in January, it was reported that Arvind Swamy would play the negative role in the movie, touted to be a comic action thriller. Later, the grapevine was abuzz with news of Lyca Productions bringing together the lead actresses from their blockbuster PS-1 - Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Trisha Krishnan, for the upcoming movie. Despite the change in directors, the casting decisions will apparently remain unchanged. Ajith and Aishwarya shared the screen space in Priyuralu Pilichindi, while Trisha acted with him in four movies - Ji, Yentavadu Gani, Gambler, and Purna Market. Anirudh Ravichander will supposedly provide the tunes for the upcoming movie. Santhanam and actor Arjun Das will also, reportedly, be seen in pivotal roles. ‘AK62’ marks the first collaboration between Lyca Productions and Thala Ajith.