Chiranjeevi’s villain is so non-Vinayak

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Vinayak has not not always gone for North Indian-looking villains.  His villains are famous to come with a native flavour – both in terms of looks and dialogue-delivery. Of course, there are exceptions to this.
The case with his film with Megastar Chiranjeevi, however, is going to be the most prominent exception.
The news is that Tarun Arora has been chosen to play the villain’s role in the untitled flick.  The model-turned-actor is known for his suave looks, and his South Indian debut film Kanithan (Tamil) has turned out to be his lucky charm.  It’s his act in this film that is said to have persuaded Vinayak and Chiru to choose him.  Perhaps, the film’s backdrop and subject have necessitated the makers to go for such an actor.
The offers comes as a huge shot in the arm for the talented actor.  The actor of Jab We Met fame, who has also acted in an Assamese film, can’t ask for more.  After all, after Kabali, Chiru’s 150th film is going to be one of the most talked about film when it hits the screens next year.

Vinayak has not not always gone for North Indian-looking villains.  His villains are famous to come with a native flavour – both in terms of looks and dialogue-delivery. Of course, there are exceptions to this.

The case with his film with Megastar Chiranjeevi, however, is going to be the most prominent exception.

The news is that Tarun Arora has been chosen to play the villain’s role in the untitled flick.  The model-turned-actor is known for his suave looks, and his South Indian debut film Kanithan (Tamil) has turned out to be his lucky charm.  It’s his act in this film that is said to have persuaded Vinayak and Chiru to choose him.  Perhaps, the film’s backdrop and subject have necessitated the makers to go for such an actor.

The offers comes as a huge shot in the arm for the talented actor.  The actor of Jab We Met fame, who has also acted in an Assamese film, can’t ask for more.  After all, after Kabali, Chiru’s 150th film is going to be one of the most talked about film when it hits the screens next year.

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