It is rumoured in Kollywood that ‘action king’ Arjun has agreed to play Vishal’s antagonist in the latter’s upcoming film titled as Irumbu Thirai.
Stylish star Allu Arjun fans call their hero as King of Social media. Adding justification to the nick name, Allu Arjun keeps on creating records every time online with his magical charisma.
Poonam and Priyanka Shah, popular twin choreographers based in Georgia, US, have been roped in to direct a dance sequence for the introduction scene of actor Arjun’s upcoming Tamil romantic-drama “Kadhalin Pon Veedhiyil”.
Action King Arjun is currently producing and directing a mega venture starring his daughter Aishwarya Arjun and Chandhan titled “Kaadhlin Pon Veedhiyil”.
Actress Keerthy Suresh, last seen in Dhanush’s “Thodari”, has been roped in to play Allu Arjun’s love interest in his upcoming yet-untitled bilingual project which marks his Tamil debut, says a source.
For the first time in his career, southern actor Arjun will be seen sporting a salt-and-pepper look in the upcoming Tamil-Kannada bilingual investigative thriller “Nibunan”.
Several important names have been doing rounds for the villain role in Ajith’s Thala 57. The latest update is director Siva has already approached Arjun, Sasikumar and RK Suresh of Thaarai Thappattai and Marudhu fame.
Reports emanating from Tollywood say that producer-director Lingusamy is planning to make a direct Telugu film starring ‘young gun’ Allu Arjun in the lead. The film would also be made simultaneously in Tamil, thereby making it as Arjun’s debut film …
Manisha Koilrala, the Nepali beauty who is also the grand-daughter of former Nepalese Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala, is making a comeback in Tamil films with Oru Melliya Kodu a few years after she appeared in Dhanush-Hansika’s Maappillai (2010).
Varalaxmi Sarathkumar is the latest addition to director Arun Vaidhyanadhan’s next untitled film which will feature Arjun and Prasanna in important roles. This will be Arun’s second film after Achchamundu Achchamundu which earned wide critical acclaim.