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The dashing Arulnithi is one of the most popular young stars in the Tamil film industry today and enjoys a decent fan following. He has won the love of the movie buffs thanks to his good looks, simple nature, impressive range as an actor and charming personality. During his career, Arulnithi has starred in several 'progressive' films and this has helped him find firm footing in the industry. Today(July 21,2018), as the young man turns a year older, we take a look at some of his finest films.
Directed by ace director Pandiraj, Vamsam marked Arulnithi's big screen debut and received rave reviews from the fans. An action-drama, it was shot against a modest and did well at the box office. Vamsam also featured Kannada actor Kishore and actress Anupama Kumar in key roles.
An action-thriller, Mouna Guru hit the screens in 2011 and emerged as a sleeper hit. Directed by Santha Kumar, it featured Arulnithi in an intense avatar and helped him add a new dimension to his career. It was later remade in Hindi as Akira with Sonakshi Sinha in the lead.
Directed by newcomer Vinayaac, Thagaraaru was a mystery-thriller that impressed the fans thanks to its solid screenplay and riveting performances. Released in 2013, the film also featured Poorna in the lead and did decent business at the box office.
A horror-thriller, Demonte Colony was one of the biggest surprise hits of 2015 and helped Arulnithi continue his tryst with ‘progressive' films. Directed by Ajay Gnanamuthu it was shot against a budget of Rs 2 Crore and collected nearly Rs 8 Crore at the box office.
A remake of the Malayalam hit Memories, Aarathu Sinam was a directed by Arivazhagan and received praise from the critics thanks its solid presentation. Released in 2015, the crime-thriller also featured Aishwarya Rajesh and Aishwarya Dutta in the lead. The supporting cast featured names such as Anupama Kumar and Radha Ravi.