Actor Tarun Arora, who plays the antagonist in megastar Chiranjeevi-starrer “Khaidi No. 150”, a remake of Tamil blockbuster “Kaththi”, says he could not have asked for a stronger film to mark his debut in Telugu filmdom. “I feel lucky and blessed to be operating aboard Chiranjeevi sir. This is often the simplest Telugu debut and that I think about it a kind of an action,” Tarun, who can play Neil Nitin Mukesh’s role from the first, told IANS. In the film that is directed by V.V. Vinayak he plays a way mature role vis-A-vis what Neil vie within the original. “Although the manufacturers haven’t created several changes to the first character, their fight it’ll vary. I play a complicated villain and you may solely see me in suits throughout the film,” he said, and another his character is older than the first.
Khaidi No. 150
Asked if he took any recommendation on taking part in the character from Neil, he said: “I had watched the first and liked however Neil vie the character. However, I slipped the director’s vision and vie the role precisely the method he wished me to.” The operating expertise to date for Tarun has been terribly gratifying. “Vinayak is incredibly encouraging and then is that the remainder of the young team. Everything is being handled terribly professionally and that is a relief,” he added.
Also star Kajal Aggarwal, the film options Chiranjeevi in twin role, and it’s slated for worldwide unleash next year throughout Sankranti pageant.