Arya, one of the popular heroes in the Tamil film industry, will be foraying into Sandalwood. The star has been roped in to act in the Kannada movie Rajaratha, which is being directed by Anup Bhandari.
The film has Anupâ€™s brother Nirup Bhandari playing the lead role and Arya will be seen sharing screen space with him. Reports say that the shooting of this flick has commenced already and is going on at breakneck speed in Mysuru.
Arya has joined the sets and has begun shooting for his role. Sources close to the Rajaratha team say that the director was keen on having Arya onboard as he had etched out the role with the star in mind. In short, the role was tailor-made for Arya, we hear. The star was so impressed with the role that was offered to him that he not only agreed to star in the project but also allotted the dates immediately.
He has almost finished shooting for his portions, add sources and was highly impressed with the way the Rajaratha team has been working. While Nirup Bhandari is playing the hero, Avantika Shetty is pairing up with him as his leading lady.
Arya made his debut with the Tamil film Arinthum Ariyamalum in 2005 and his Telugu debut happened in the year 2009 with Varudu. In 2011, Arya made his debut in the Malayalam film industry with Urumi, which he had also co-produced. The actor currently has a number of Tamil films in his kitty including Sangamithra and Santhana Devan which are in various stages of production. With his debut in the Kannada film industry, Arya would have acted in all four south Indian language films.
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