Be it heroes or heroines, all of them are always on the look-out for making quick bucks. They can’t be blamed either, as their life in limelight is a limited one. Not all of them always remain top like superstar Rajnikanth. Actor Arya, post ‘Madarasapattinam’ that has been doing roaring business, is reportedly going on signing whatever films he’s being offered.
While it’s a good ploy to sustain himself and to invest in future, Arya should also be careful not to sign films without going through their scripts. Reports say that mercurial director Selvaraghavan recently sent a word for Arya to come and have a ‘chat’ with him.
The whole world is aware of the film-making style of Selvaraghavan: he would take an year or two to make his film though it would be a very good one technically as well as subject-wise. Though he’s aware of all the pitfalls, Arya is quite happy to have been invited by Slvaraghavan.
Arya, who made a stunning debut in Tamil films with the role of a ruffian in Vishnuvardhan’s ‘Arindhum Ariyamalaum’ more than five years ago, says: “I have acted in Bala Sir’s film (‘Naan Kadavul’). It’s been my dream to work in a film directed by Selvaraghavan. I’d commit myself to his film at any time and am even ready to cut down on my fee for the film,” is what Arya reportedly told Selvaraghavan.
No wonder Selvaa is a happy soul now!