Hyderabad: Finally, after facing a lot of troubles, Dhruv Vikram’s Adithya Varma, a Tamil remake of Telugu blockbuster film Arjun Reddy hit the screens on Friday and is receiving mixed responses at the box office. The film which released amidst much expectations and fanfare, is a Girisayya directorial and features Banita Sandhu, Priya Anand and Raja in prominent roles.

This film marks the debut of Dhruv and he is actually enjoying all the attention that is coming his way for his performance. Also, he is on cloud nine for this attention. Dhruv wants all the credit to go to his father, in case audiences have liked his performance, and Dhruv himself wants to take all the trolls and criticism.

In an interview he had given to a leading news agency, Dhruv said that he had no other option than trusting his father. He said everything was so new to him that he couldn’t afford to do anything on my own. “My dad helped me in delivering the best. If you like my work, credit should go to my dad only,” he said.

Adithya Varma did not go as smooth as Dhruv and his father Vikram expected it to be. The first version of the film, which was directed by Bala has been scrapped and the teaser of it was trolled like anything. So Girisayya was roped in to direct the second version and reshoot the film completely.

While promoting Kadaram Kondan in Hyderabad, Vikram revealed that he is taking special care of Adithya Varma. He added that he took time out of his busy schedules to ensure that Dhruv’s portion was being shot well and to make sure that everything is going smoothly. Dhruv, during one of the press meets, revealed that his father took care of every small detail of the film.

Well, the troubles are over and we have to wait to know whether Dhruv will sign any other film or get back to his studies in the US where he is doing a filmmaking course.

Bhavana Sharma

Bhavana Sharma covers entertainment and cinema for Newsmeter. Having over seven years of experience across various platforms, Bhavana has worked for publications, Telangana Today, Andhra Jyothy, channels like V6 News and online enterprises like International Business Times, Zee News, Tamada Media, IQlik Movies and so on. Her forte has been reporting on Telugu cinema, with several exclusives on developments in the Telugu film industry to her credit. Her one on one chats with several established stars, upcoming actors, directors and others in cinema have been published across print and online platforms. Alumni of Arts College, Osmania University.

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