V.V. Vinayak is one such director, who is known for introducing young and talented actors into Tollywood. From Jr. N.T.R., Allu Arjun to Nithin, he has taken these actors to next level with his films during the initial stages of their career. Now, the director is back with Chiranjeevi’s “Khaidi No 150,” which turned out into a blockbuster at the box office. This time, V.V. Vinayak gave a grand entry to a strong villain, Tarun Arora into the Telugu film industry.
In “Khaidi No 150,” the aura displayed by TarunArora was massive and definitely make him a good villain. When Arora was shooting for this Chiru’s comeback film, he bagged the antagonist role in other much awaited films, Pawan Kalyan’s “Katamarayudu” and Boyapati’s untitled flick. After the success of “Khaidi No 150,” there is buzz that producers are making beelines to his house for his dates.
However, after watching his performance in this 150th film of Chiranjeevi, one should accept that Tarun will become one of the best villains in Tollywood.