When the male and female Tyrannosaurus attack the camp, Ajay tries to pull Roland back to safety while he attempts to fire his rifle at the female Tyrannosaur's brain, but two other hunters pull him away. The group managed to escape the female T. rex by going through a cave and into the long grass. However, Ajay, being an experienced hunter, suggests to the other hunters that they should not go into the long grass, as it is where the Velociraptors are lurking. He is killed after he follows his group into the long grass, trying to convince them to return. His death is never actually seen, although his screams are heard. His death is later spoken of by Roland.
Behind the Scenes
One of The Lost World's deleted scenes featured the main characters (including Ajay) hang-gliding to get away from the Velociraptors. The group makes out of the tall grass and over a cliff to safety, only to be ambushed by Pteranodons. Ajay (or another balding bespectacled character) was supposed to be ripped apart by the winged predators, a scene so gruesome that Sarah had to look away.
- Although portrayed as a supposed Indian character, Ajay was portrayed by the white English actor Harvey Jason.
- Ajay was the first Indian character and very first major South Asian character to appear in the Jurassic Park series. Another character of Indian descent would not appear until Irfan Khan as Simon Masrani in the 2015 film Jurassic World.