Arya (actor)

From FAMEPedia, The free encyclopedia

Arya viewing CCL match, India.jpg
Arya in 2012
Jamshad Cethirakath

(1980-12-11) 11 December 1980 (age 42)
Alma materCrescent Engineering College, Chennai
OccupationActor, Producer
Years active2005–present
Sayyeshaa (m. 2019)
RelativesSathya (Brother)

Jamshad Cethirakath (born 11 December 1980), known by his stage name Arya, is an Indian film actor and producer, who mainly appears in Tamil films besides appearing in a number of Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada productions. Arya has won the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut – South and received two nominations each for Filmfare Awards and Vijay Awards.[1] He was included on the 2015 edition of the Forbes India Celebrity 100, a list based on the top earning Indian celebrities.[2]

He made his breakthrough portraying rogue characters in Vishnuvardhan's Arinthum Ariyamalum (2005) and Pattiyal (2006). He later won critical acclaim for playing an Aghori in Bala's Naan Kadavul (2009). Arya gained further commercial success with the release of the period drama Madrasapattinam (2010), the comedy film Boss Engira Bhaskaran (2010), family action film Vettai (2012) and Atlee's family film Raja Rani (2013).[3][4][5] In 2013, he appeared in three more Tamil films: R. Kannan's comedy film Settai, Vishnuvardhan's action thriller Arrambam and Selvaraghavan's fantasy film Irandam Ulagam.

Personal life[edit | edit source]

Arya was born in Trikaripur, Kerala in 1980.[6][7] He did his schooling in SBOA Matriculation and Higher Secondary School, Chennai[citation needed] and then graduated with an engineering degree from Crescent Engineering College in Vandalur, Chennai.[8] His younger brother Sathya has also appeared in Tamil films.[9]

Arya participated in the Vätternrundan Motala cycle race and won a medal.[10] Arya was the prospective bridegroom on the show Enga Veetu Mapillai aired on Colors Tamil searching for a perfect bride from the 16 contestants.

On 14 February 2019, Arya announced his engagement to actress Sayyeshaa,[11][12] and the two were married on 10 March 2019.[13]

Career[edit | edit source]

2005–2007[edit | edit source]

While working as an assistant software engineer, Arya was approached by the cinematographer Jeeva to audition for his Ullam Ketkumae in 2003. The pair had lived in the same neighbourhood. Arya signed on for the project and was given the stage name by Jeeva.[14] The film was delayed.[15] Hence, Arya's first appearance was as Kutty, in Vishnuvardhan's Arinthum Ariyamalum.[16][17] The film featured Arya as the adopted rogue son of a gangster .[18] Critics reported that Arya in a supporting role "walks away with all the applause" and "has everything in him to make the big league".[19] In an interview several years later, Arya also stated, "If people know Arya, it is because of the "Thee pidika" track", a song from the film's soundtrack, creditting and expressing gratitude to its composer Yuvan Shankar Raja.[14] His next release, the delayed Ullam Ketkumae, portraying Arya as a college cricketer, also carried good reviews and was a successful venture at the box office.[20] His third release in 2005, was the campus romance story, Oru Kalluriyin Kathai opposite Sonia Agarwal, took a strong opening[21] but failed to find commercial acceptance. However, after also gaining favourable reviews for his performance, Arya was labelled as the new "pin-up" of Tamil cinema at the time and attracted offers for films.[22]

His next, Igor's thriller Kalabha Kadhalan, where he played an engineer pursued romantically by an aggressive sister-in-law, won favourable reviews from critics but failed commercially.[23][24] Arya collaborated with Vishnuvardhan again in the successful gangster flick, Pattiyal, where Bharath also played another leading role. The film, was shot across the slums of Chennai and told the story of two ruthless underworld hitmen, with Pooja and Padmapriya also playing major roles. Upon release, the film gained positive reports and the lead pair's performances were praised with a critic claiming that scenes between Arya and Bharath were "touching" while Arya's use of facial expressions and body language "fits exactly for the kind of role he plays".[25] The film consequently became a big box office success and placed Arya as a leading actor in Tamil cinema.[26] Arya subsequently appeared in the action film Vattaram as Burma, but the film's release coincided with bigger budgeted releases and the film was crowded out from box office success, despite gaining favourable reviews.[27] In 2007, Arya played a guest appearance in Cheran's Maya Kannadi as himself before his long-delayed Oram Po, previously known as Auto, released in late 2007. Prior to release the film gained cult status for its innovative trailer, with Arya playing a Chennai-based auto driver who competes in races at nights, while Pooja was his pair again. The film directed by duo Pushkar-Gayathri opened to very positive reviews, with most critics claiming that the film was a "riot" and "entertaining", praising characterisations. Critics from the Hindu labelled Arya as "terrific as the cocky yet lovable Chandru" saying that his "good physique should cement his 'heartthrob' status".[28][29]

2009–2012[edit | edit source]

Arya's next release was in 2009, with Bala's long delayed drama film on Aghori's, Naan Kadavul. The film was initially launched with Ajith Kumar in early 2005, but after he dropped out Arya signed on in mid 2006.[30] The three previous films made by Bala were known notoriously for their dark themes, their rogue leads and their long delays in production but also that his two previous protagonists Vikram and Suriya had risen from obscurity to stardom after featuring in his films. As per, the film took three years to complete with Arya growing a full length beard for the production thus making him unable to sign other projects, while he often cited the intense pressure and the hardships of the shoot.[31] Arya appeared as an Aghori in the film situated in Kasi but is forced to relocate to Tamil Nadu, where he duly encounters an underworld which gains collections through the torture of the handicapped, with Pooja, yet again playing a significant role. The film opened to positive reviews with unanimous praise on Arya's portrayal of Rudran, with a critic from Sify citing "Arya pumps life and blood and gets under the skin of Rudran, making his animal like character so convincing" while adding that "he has delivered a performance that is hard to forget even days after you've watched the film".[32] Though he was highly expected to win several awards for the portrayal, he failed but garnered two nominations from notable award committees.[33] After a guest role in Rajesh's Siva Manasula Sakthi, he then collaborated with Vishnuvardhan for the third time in his romantic-thriller, Sarvam, an anthology film also featuring Trisha Krishnan, J. D. Chakravarthy, Rohan Shiva and Indrajith. Arya played a carefree young architect who falls in love and pursues Trisha, before another thread in the film interlocks with his portions and changes his situation. The film however only went to gain average reviews from critics,[34][35] and eventually became a surprise failure at the box office.[36]

2010 became a career-defining year for Arya, with the widespread success of his films establishing him as a leading actor in South Indian films.[37] His first release was his debut in Telugu films, where he played the antagonist in Varudu co-starring Allu Arjun. Despite opening to positive reviews, the film failed to match expectations at the box office, although Arya's performance was praised by critics, claiming that "powerful, menacing, quiet yet indomitably spirited" in his role while another reviewer claimed he outshone Allu Arjun.[38][39] His next venture was the period film Madrasapattinam depicting a love story from the 1940s, co-starring newcomer Amy Jackson and directed by A. L. Vijay. The big budget film progressed with its schedules with little publicity for a year, with Arya portraying the role of Ilamparithi, a dhobi situated in a community of Washermanpet who falls in love with the daughter of a governor. The film gained mostly positive reviews from critics and became successful at the box office, although most reviewers agreed his performance was outshone by Jackson's.[40] While a critic cited that Arya "looks stone-faced no matter what the situation", another cited the performance was "awe-inspiring".[41] He then appeared in Rajesh's comedy film Boss Engira Bhaskaran, which Arya's production house, The Show People, also co-produced. The film portrayed Arya as a spoiled, carefree Kumbakonam youth and his comic timing in the film alongside Nayantara and Santhanam received positive responses from critics.[42][43] Furthermore, the film went on to become his first blockbuster, running for over hundred days in multiplexes.[44] His final release in 2010 was in a dual role in the romantic travelogue film, Chikku Bukku by Manikandan, featuring Shriya Saran and Preetika. The film, shot extensively in London and Karaikudi, received a mixed response and fared averagely at the box office, with Arya's performance being described by critics as from "watchable and dependable" to "morose and silent".[45][46]

In 2010 Arya made a speech at an awards function in Dubai, organised by a Malayalam television channel. The Film Employees Federation of South India (FESFI) president V. C. Guhanathan, without directely referring to Arya by name, accused him of having "belittled the Tamil film industry".[47] The South Indian Film Artistes Association (SIFAA), however, supported Arya, condemning Guhanathan "for making irresponsible and false statements"[48][49] about an actor who "strives for the welfare of Tamil film industry."[47] Arya eventually clarified in a letter,[50] that he had "never made derogatory statements about the Tamil film industry",[51] which was his "bread and butter",[52] further quoting: "I can never forget such a support extended by my fans. If I had hurt anyone's feelings, I am really sorry about that."[53]

Arya's first release in 2011 was a cameo appearance in Santhosh Sivan's Malayalam historical-fantasy film Urumi, where he played two characters. The film which also featured Prithviraj, Genelia D'Souza and Nithya Menen, won positive reviews with reviewers from labelling it a "miniature masterpiece of moods".[54] In March 2011, he was signed by director Mani Ratnam to essay the role of Arulmozhi Varman in his epic film Ponniyin Selvan, based on the same-titled novel by writer Kalki Krishnamurthy,[55] which however did not materialize.[56] Arya then appeared in his second film with Bala in Avan Ivan, where he portrayed the lead role of Kumbedran Sami alongside Vishal. The film opened to mixed reviews but the performance of the lead actors won acclaim with the critic from The Hindu citing that "Arya is a perfect foil for Vishal — his brash demeanour and genuine affection for his stepbrother come out well in many of the scenes" and that "he deserves appreciation for taking up a role that isn't as heroic as Vishal's and presenting it convincingly".[57] Arya next appeared in Linguswamy's Vettai, an action entertainer featuring an ensemble cast of Madhavan, Amala Paul and Sameera Reddy. The film opened to positive reviews in January 2012 and went on to become a commercial success, with critics praising Arya's performance in the film as a rogue youngster who defends his timid police officer brother.[58][59] He went on to appear in the promotional song for Kazhugu alongside several other actors and then played a cameo role in the climax of Rajesh's Oru Kal Oru Kannadi of a village chieftain.

2013-present[edit | edit source]

In 2013 he was seen in four Tamil films. He first appeared alongside Santhanam and Premji Amaren in R. Kannan's comedy film Settai, a remake of the 2011 Hindi film Delhi Belly. The film opened to mixed reviews and average collections, with a critic noting Arya looks "wooden, tired and disinterested".[60] He had three more releases in the latter half of the year, Atlee's romantic comedy Raja Rani that had him acting amongst an ensemble cast of Nayantara, Jai and Nazriya Nazim, Vishnuvardhan's action thriller Arrambam which featured him alongside Ajith Kumar, Nayantara and Thapsee Pannu and Selvaraghavan's magnum opus fantasy film Irandam Ulagam with Anushka Shetty. He had worked out to build a huge frame and six-pack abs to fit the muscular lead role in Irandam Ulagam.[61] Raja Rani and Arrambam were highly successful at the box office.[62][63]

He also acted in UTV Motion Pictures' Purampokku to be directed by S. P. Jananathan[64] and the thriller Meagamann directed by Magizh Thirumeni.[65] He will also be working with Rajesh in a romantic comedy which will be produced by his home production house The Show People.[66] He will have guest appearances in three forthcoming films: Madha Gaja Raja,[67] Parimala Thiraiyarangam[68] and Kadhal 2 Kalyanam, which features his brother, Sathya in the lead role.[69] In September 2014, he was named as the replacement for Fahadh Faasil in Lijo Jose Pellissery's Double Barrel .[70]

In 2018 Arya made his Kannada-language debut in the comedy film Rajaratha[71] and he also appeared in the film Ghajinikanth, a Tamil remake of the Telugu film Bhale Bhale Magadivoy. His next film was Kaappaan, which was released in 2019.

He produces films under his production company, The Show People and is a partner in the Trivandrum-based Malayalam production company August Cinema.[72]

Other work[edit | edit source]

In 2010, Arya ventured into film production in order to promote new talents and help funding small budget films. He established the banner The Show People and first produced the comedy film Boss Engira Bhaskaran he himself starred in, following which he produced Sukanth's Padithurai, which remains unreleased.[14] He also ventured into film distribution in 2013, as he bought the FMS (Singapore and Malaysia) theatrical rights of his own film Irandaam Ulagam.[73]

Arya is the ambassador of television and print marketing campaigns of Otto, the flagship brand of Pothys Clothing.[74]

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

As an actor[edit | edit source]

Year Film Role(s) Language Notes
2005 Arinthum Ariyamalum Kutty Tamil Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut – South[75]
Ullam Ketkumae Emaan
Oru Kalluriyin Kathai Sathya
2006 Kalabha Kadhalan Akhilan
Pattiyal Kosi
Vattaram Burma
2007 Maya Kannadi Himself Cameo appearance
Oram Po Chandru
2009 Naan Kadavul Rudran Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil[76]
Nominated, Vijay Award for Best Actor[77]
Siva Manasula Sakthi Arun Cameo appearance[78]
Sarvam Karthik
2010 Varudu Diwakar Telugu
Madrasapattinam Ilam Parithi Tamil Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil[79]
Nominated, Vijay Award for Best Actor[80]
Kaadhal Solla Vandhen Doctor Cameo appearance[81]
Boss Engira Bhaskaran Bhaskaran
Va Chandru Cameo appearance[82]
Chikku Bukku Arjun Sekhar / Sekhar
2011 Urumi Chirakkal Kothuwal / Thangachan Malayalam Cameo appearance
Avan Ivan Kumbuduren Sami Tamil
2012 Vettai Gurumoorthy
Oru Kal Oru Kannadi Rajini Murugan Cameo appearance[83]
2013 Settai Jayakanthan (JK)
Raja Rani John Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor
Arrambam Arjun Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Tamill
Irandaam Ulagam Madhu Balakrishnan / Maruvan
2014 Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam Himself Cameo appearance
Jeeva Cameraman Cameo appearance
Meaghamann Arul IPS (Siva)
2015 Purampokku Engira Podhuvudamai Balu
Romeo Juliet Himself Cameo appearance
Indru Netru Naalai Scientist Cameo appearance
Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga Saravanan 25th film
Double Barrel Majnu Malayalam
Yatchan Chinna Tamil
Trisha Illana Nayanthara Harish Cameo appearance
Size Zero Abhishek Telugu
Inji Iduppazhagi Tamil
2016 Bangalore Naatkal Arjun (Aju)
Nambiyaar Baskar Cameo appearance
2017 Mupparimanam Himself Cameo appearance[84]
The Great Father Andrews Eapen Malayalam
Kadamban Kadamban Tamil
2018 Rajaratha Vishwa Kannada
Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuththu Himself Tamil Cameo appearance
Ghajinikanth Rajinikanth
2019 Pathinettam Padi Major Ayyappan Malayalam Cameo appearance
Magamuni Mahalingam / Muniraj Tamil
Kaappaan Abhishek Chandrakanth Varma
2021 TeddyFilms that have not yet been released Post-production
PushpaFilms that have not yet been released Telugu Pre-production

As a producer[edit | edit source]

Year Film Director Language Cast
2014 Amara Kaaviyam Jeeva Shankar Tamil Sathya, Miya
Jeeva Suseenthiran Vishnu, Sri Divya
2015 Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga M. Rajesh Arya, Tamannaah
Double Barrel Lijo Jose Pellissery Malayalam Prithviraj, Swati Reddy, Indrajith Sukumaran
2016 Darvinte Parinamam Jijo Anthony Prithviraj, Chandini Sreedharan
Anuraga Karikkin Vellam Khalid Rehman Asif Ali, Biju Menon, Asha Sarath
2017 The Great Father Haneef Adeni Mammootty, Sneha, Anikha
2018 Kaly Najeem Koya Shebin Benson, Vidhya Pradeep, Tini Tom
Theevandi Fellini Tovino Thomas , Samyuktha Menon
2019 Pathinettam Padi Shanker Ramakrishnan Chandunath, Ahaana Krishna

As a distributor[edit | edit source]

Year Film Director Cast
2010 Boss Engira Bhaskaran M. Rajesh Arya

Television[edit | edit source]

Year Show Channel
2018 Enga Veetu Mapillai Colors Tamil

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Tamil Nadu Govt announces Kalaimamani awards. (28 January 2011). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  2. "Arya - Forbes India Magazine". Forbes India. Retrieved 16 May 2020.
  3. Arya: All play and all work. (27 March 2006). Retrieved on 25 February 2012.
  4. SSN students at their shouting best in ‘Instincts 2K9’. The Hindu (3 June 2009)
  5. What's next, Mr. John Vijay?. (14 January 2008). Retrieved on 25 February 2012.
  6. Merin Maria James (10 January 2016). "Multi-starrers are fun and healthy: Arya". Deccan Chronicle. Retrieved 11 February 2018.
  7. "Birthday Exclusive: Arya". 11 December 2013. Deccan Chronicle. Retrieved 11 February 2018.
  8. Chitradeepa Anantharam (8 March 2017). "Tempted by tiramisu". The Hindu. Retrieved 11 February 2018.
  9. Indo-Asian News Service (20 June 2014). "When Arya’s feedback mattered most to his brother Sathya". Indian Express. Retrieved 11 February 2018.
  10. Arya wins medal at Vatternrundan motala cycle race. Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  11. Arya (13 February 2019). "Happy Valentines Day #Blessed". Twitter.
  12. "Arya and Sayyeshaa to tie the knot in March". Indian Express. 14 February 2019. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  13. "Inside Sayyeshaa Saigal, Arya wedding: Couple poses with Surya, Rana Daggubati, see pics, video". Hindustan Times. 11 March 2019.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 ""I compete with my self" [An exclusive with Arya]". IndiaGlitz. 2011. Retrieved 17 May 2011.
  15. Reddy, Krithika (21 July 2005). "I've fallen in love with Chennai". The Hindu. Chennai, India.
  16. "Entertainment Chennai : Tamil cinema's new high". The Hindu. 30 December 2005. Retrieved 30 December 2013.
  17. (22 December 2005). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  18. Moviebuzz (2005). "The winning team is back". Sify. Retrieved 19 November 2010.
  19. "Arindhum Ariyamalum – Entertaining and enlivening". IndiaGlitz. 2005. Archived from the original on 26 October 2010. Retrieved 19 November 2010.
  20. "Ullam Ketkume' – A sleeper hit!". Sify. 2005. Retrieved 19 November 2010.
  21. Chennai Box-Office (Sep 02-04). (5 September 2005). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  22. "Oru Kalluriyin Kadhai – Campus complex". IndiaGlitz. 2005. Archived from the original on 6 October 2010. Retrieved 19 November 2010.
  23. Kumar, Sathish (2006). "Kalaba Kadhalan Review". Retrieved 1 January 2011.
  24. Pillai, Sreedhar (2 February 2006). "Romantic thriller". The Hindu. Chennai, India. Retrieved 1 January 2011.
  25. Kumar, Sathish (2006). "Pattiyal Review". Retrieved 1 January 2011.
  26. "Pattiyal's hit pushes Arya to top slotr". Behindwoods. 2006. Retrieved 1 January 2011.
  27. "Box Office Analysis". IndiaGlitz. 2006. Retrieved 1 January 2011.
  28. Kumar, Divya (7 December 2007). "An absolute riot". The Hindu. Chennai, India. Retrieved 1 January 2011.
  29. Sundharam, Nandhu (2007). "Oram Po entertains". The Hindu. Retrieved 1 January 2011.
  30. "'Naan Kadavul' Press Meet". IndiaGlitz. 2006. Retrieved 2 January 2011.
  31. Sangeetha, P. (17 August 2010). "Arya at his best". Times of India. Retrieved 2 January 2011.
  32. "Naan Kadavul". Sify. 2009. Retrieved 2 January 2011.
  33. Lakhsmi, K. (2009). "National awards bring cheer to Kollywood". The Hindu. Chennai, India. Retrieved 2 January 2011.
  34. "Movie review: Sarvvam". Sify. Archived from the original on 18 May 2009. Retrieved 1 June 2009.
  35. "Taking its own sweet time! – Sarvam". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 29 May 2009. Archived from the original on 1 June 2009. Retrieved 1 June 2009.
  36. "After big flops, K'wood bets on low-budget films-Entertainment-Media/Entertainment -News By Industry-News-The Economic Times". The Times of India. 7 August 2009.
  37. Sreedhar, Sridevi (2010). "Arya- The man of the moment". Sify. Retrieved 15 January 2011.
  38. Rajamani, Radhika (2010). "Worth a Watch". Rediff. Retrieved 15 January 2011.
  39. "Varudu". Sify. 2010. Retrieved 15 January 2011.
  40. "Madrasapattinam Review". Sify. 2010. Retrieved 15 January 2011.
  41. Srinivasan, Pavithra (2010). "Madharasapattinam is worth a watch". Rediff. Retrieved 15 January 2011.
  42. "Review:Boss Engira Baskaran". Sify. 2010. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
  43. Srinivasan, Pavithra (2010). "Boss (A) Baskaran is high on comedy". Rediff. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
  44. "Arya scores a century". Sify. 2010. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
  45. "Chikku Bukku". Sify. 2010. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
  46. Srinivasan, Pavithra (2010). "Chikku Bukku is tedious". Rediff. Archived from the original on 5 January 2011. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
  47. 47.0 47.1 Arya in a pickle. Retrieved on 16 March 2011.
  48. Fefsi's Reply On Arya Issue – Fefsi – Arya – Sarath Kumar – Radha Ravi – Tamil Movie News. (26 November 2010). Retrieved on 16 March 2011.
  49. Nadigar Sangam comes to Arya's support – Tamil Movie News. IndiaGlitz. Retrieved on 16 March 2011.
  50. "Arya's apology letter". 6 December 2010. Archived from the original on 6 December 2010.
  51. Arya Seeks Support – Arya – – Nadigar Sangam – – Sarath Kumar – Tamil Movie News. (4 December 2010). Retrieved on 16 March 2011.
  52. K'wood is my bread & butter: Arya – Times Of India. (2 December 2010). Retrieved on 16 March 2011.
  53. "Aarya Clarifies, Thanks Tamil Cinema And Fans". Top 10 Cinema. 4 December 2010. Archived from the original on 6 December 2010..
  54. Movie Review:Urumi- Review. Retrieved on 25 February 2012.
  55. Anushka in Mani's next! – Times Of India. (12 March 2011). Retrieved on 16 March 2011.
  56. "Mani Ratnam shelves Ponniyin Selvan". Sify. 2011. Retrieved 17 May 2011.
  57. Rangarajan, Malathi (18 June 2011). "Avan Ivan: Brothers, bravado and a little bit of Bala". The Hindu. Chennai, India.
  58. "Vettai: Review". Times of India. 19 October 2010. Retrieved 13 July 2012.
  59. Dutt, Purbha (14 October 2010). "Vettai's story blew me away:Madhavan". Times of India. Retrieved 19 February 2011.
  60. "Movie Review : Settai". Sify. Retrieved 5 December 2013.
  61. A Miracle that's happened to me. Retrieved on 16 November 2013.
  62. Ians – Chennai (10 November 2013). "Arya explores Malaysia, Singapore for 'Irandam Ulagam'". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 5 December 2013.
  63. "Arya all set to make a hattrick with PVP Cinema's 'Irandam Ulagam' – Bollywood Movie News". IndiaGlitz. 19 November 2013. Retrieved 5 December 2013.
  64. Arya signed up for UTV Motion Pictures' new project. (22 August 2013). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  65. Arya's next film titled Meagaamann. (3 December 2013). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  66. Arya signed up Rajesh for home production. (27 November 2013). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  67. Arya to do a cameo for Vishal in 'MGR' – IBNLive. Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  68. Itsy-bitsy. The Hindu (15 October 2011). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  69. Published, Ramchander. (15 April 2011) Aarya to do cameo in Kadhal 2 Kalyanam – Filmibeat. Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  70. Arya replaces Fahadh Faasil in Double Barrel – Times of India. (11 September 2014). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  71. "Rajaratha brings Arya to Kannada". The New Indian Express.
  72. "ഒരുപടി മുകളിൽ 'പതിനെട്ടാം പടി'". ManoramaOnline (in Malayalam). Retrieved 5 July 2019.
  73. Arya turns distributor with 'Irandam Ulagam'. (13 July 2015). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  74. Otto Shirts – Arya. Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  75. "Page Not Found". {{cite web}}: Cite uses generic title (help)
  76. Nominations for 57th South Filmfare Awards – Filmibeat. (10 July 2010). Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  77. Vijay Awards : 06/21/10 on YouTube
  78. "Arya to do a cameo". IndiaGlitz. 8 August 2011. Retrieved 24 February 2014.
  79. Published, Ramchander. (2 June 2011) 58th Idea Filmfare Awards South nominees – Filmibeat. Retrieved on 12 January 2016.
  80. Vijay Awards : 5th Annual Vijay Awards — Best Actor Male Award on YouTube
  81. "Kaadhal Solla Vandhen". Top10 Cinema. 14 August 2010. Retrieved 24 February 2014.
  82. "Va Quarter Cutting could have been funnier". Rediff. 5 November 2010. Retrieved 24 February 2014.
  83. "Arya does a cameo in OKOK". Sify. 9 August 2011. Retrieved 24 February 2014.
  84. "Shanthnu's New Year song with 27 celebs will have two versions - Times of India". The Times of India.

Tamil Cinema Actors - Arya Stills at Retrieved 11 September 2018. [1]

External links[edit | edit source]

Template:Tamil Nadu State Award for Best Actor Template:SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role