Arya New Movies 2017 Top 10 List, Upcoming Films 2018

Arya is a very well-known Indian Tamil actor as well as producer who have done various films in his career span and who also appeared in various Malayalam productions respectively. He was born on 11 December 1980 at Trikaripur, Kerala, India in a Malayali family and did their all schooling and graduation from Chennai by successfully completing their engineering degree. But he is not made to limit himself to the engineering career but somewhere else where he has actually made a remarkable position for himself. While pursuing a normal software engineer position he has been first approached by cinematographer Jeeva to some auditions where had given a first chance to showcase himself but later on that film was delayed for some unavoidable reason and after that he has been again noticed by giving us a tremendous performance by playing characters in Vishnuvardhan’s Arinthum Ariyamalum in 2005 and Pattiyal in year 2006.

Latest Arya Movies 2017

After that he has been on top of their successful career of acting that he again won various hearts in Bala’s Naan Kadavul by playing an Aghori in year 2009 and now the race again begins for him that he had given another biggest success from the release of Madrasapattinam which is a periodic drama in year 2010, a comedy film Boss Engira Bhaskaran in year 2010 and the action film which is Arya top movies too in year 2012.

Top 10 Arya Movies 2017 List

  • Boss Engira Bhaskaran (2010) – Bhaskaran with Nayantara and Santhanam
  • Vettai (2012) – Gurumoorthy with Sameera Reddy, R. Madhavan and Amala Paul
  • Naan Kadavul (2009) – Rudran with Pooja
  • Madrasapattinam (2010) – Ilam Parithi with Amy Jackson
  • Ullam Ketkumae (2005) – Emaan with Asin Thottumkal, Shaam, Laila Mehdin and Pooja
  • Arrambam (2013) – Arjun with Taapsee Pannu, Ajith Kumar and Nayantara
  • Arinthum Ariyamalum (2005) – Kutty with Sameksha and Navdeep
  • Irandaam Ulagam (2013) – Madhu Balakrishnan with Anushka Shetty
  • Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga (2015) – Saravanan with Tamannaah Bhatia
  • Avan Ivan (2011) – Kumbuduren Sami with Madhu Shalini, Vishal and Janani Iyer

Best of Arya Movies List

  • Pattiyal (2006) – Kosi with Pooja Umashankar and Bharath
  • Raja Rani (2013) – John with Nayantara, Jai and Nazriya Nazim
  • Kalabha Kadhalan (2006) – Akhilan with Renuka Menon and Akshaya
  • Meaghamann (2014) – Arul with Hansika Motwani
  • Sarvam (2009) – Karthik with Trisha Krishnan
  • Size Zero / Inji Iduppazhagi (2015) – Abhishek with Anushka Shetty and Sonal Chauhan
  • Settai (2013) – Jayakanthan with Hansika Motwani and Anjali
  • Chikku Bukku (2010) – Arjun Sekhar with Shriya Saran and Preetika Rao
  • Oram Po (2007) – Chandru with Pooja
  • Purampokku Engira Podhuvudamai (2015) – Balu with Karthika Nair
  • Vattaram (2006) – Burma with Kirat Bhattal and Napoleon
  • Double Barrel (2015) – Majnu with Parvathi Menon and Prithviraj Sukumaran
  • Oru Kalluriyin Kathai (2005) – Sathya with Sonia Agarwal
  • Varudu (2010) – Diwakar with Allu Arjun and Bhanu Sri Mehra
  • Yatchan (2015) – Chinna with Deepa Sannidhi, Kreshna and Swati Reddy
  • Bangalore Naatkal (2016) – Arjun with Sri Divya, Rana Daggubati, Bobby Simha and Samantha Ruth Prabhu

Later on he won the Best Male Debut Award of south from Filmfare and also got received the two successful nominations for Filmfare as well as Vijay Awards respectively. He also awarded by Tamil Nadu Government as Kalaimamani in year 2011.

Arya Upcoming Movies 2017, 2018 List New Releases

  • Kadamban (2017) with Catherine Tresa and Madhuvanti Arun
  • The Great Father (2017) with Sneha, Mammootty and Miya George
  • Santhana Devan (2017) with Adithi, Ameer and Sathya
  • Sangamithra (2018) with Jayam Ravi

After giving so many Arya best movies, the hero further plans to move into production of its own film, in order to bring and support new talents. He also tries to fund so many small budget movies and after that he also engaged himself in to the film distribution in year 2013. Now Arya is one of the ambassadors of television as well as print marketing too.

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