| Adith Arun|
| 8 JuneChennai, India|
Tungabhadra, Inidhu Inidhu
Reshmi Menon, Dimple Chopade, Narayan Lucky, K V Guhan, SS Kumaran
Adith Arun is an Indian film actor who has appeared in Tamil and Telugu language films.
Arun was born as the only son to his parents and did his schooling in Vizag and pursued journalism in Madras Christian College. Before moving into theatre. He did several short films and over twenty shows on a semi-professional level including shows for Madras Players and Boardwalkers.
Adith Arun met Prakash Raj during an audition for Inidhu Inidhu, the Tamil version of the 2007 Telugu film Happy Days, which Prakash Raj had been producing. Through Prakash Raj he was able to meet other producers and was signed on to play the male protagonist in the 2009 Telugu thriller film Katha. The film also featured Genelia D'Souza and won critical acclaim upon release, with a critic noting he made a "fairly competent" debut. In 2010, he was signed on to star in Maalai Pozhudhin Mayakathilaey alongside Regina Cassandra, his co-star in the short film Kadhalil Sodhappuvadhu Eppadi by Balaji Mohan. However, the pair was replaced by Aari and Shubha Phutela after a delay in production. Inidhu Inidhu released only in 2010 and was a box office failure with very little publicity during release, and his next Tamil film Theneer Viduthi (2011) faced a similar response. His next release in Telugu was Weekend Love in 2014 which was a disaster garnering lukewarm response. His much anticipated Telugu film 'Tungabhadra' produced by media baron Sai Korrapati released in March 2015 and sunk without a trace though it earned him positive reviews. The status of his long delayed bilingual film Orey Nyabagam (Tamil) / Nee Vaipey (Telugu) is unknown though there was a positive response for the teaser which claimed that the film will be the world's first 2D HFR film.
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