His nephews Chiranjeevi Zarja and Dhruva Zarja starred in Kannada films.  Another of Arjun`s nephews, Bharat Zarja, will also make his acting debut in 2013.  Sarja, inspired by Bruce Lee`s 1973 film Enter the Dragon, began karate training at the age of 16. and now holds a black belt.  His project Jai Hind 2 (2014) contained a message about the deteriorating state of the Indian education system. The film became a box office hit in Kannada, while the Tamil version did not perform well at the box office. In 2017, he appeared in his 150th film Nibunan, an action thriller in which he played a policeman chasing a serial killer.  The film received positive reviews, with one reviewer noting that Arjun „looks elegant and gentle as the fit and honest officer and excels in a few blocks of action he gets.”  He then directed a bilingual film entitled Prema Baraha (2018) with his daughter Aishwarya Arjun. While the Kannada version worked well, the Tamil version Sollividava went unnoticed at the box office.  The „King of Action” enjoys a strong fan base in Tollywood and has caused a stir in recent years with his work in Nithiin actor Lie (2017) and Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India (2018).  Irumbu Thirai (2018) showed the audience a different Arjun. Kolaigaran (2019) was also a performance-oriented film.  Arjun Zarja`s performance as Karna is another highlight of the film Kurukshetra (2019).  In this investigation, all members of the film`s crew stated that there was no such incident that occurred on set, and director Arun Vaidyanathan, who was named an eyewitness in the case, stated that Arjun Zarja was a nice person.
He said the script for the romantic scene had already been completed before filming. According to the director, Arjun Zarja had asked the filmmaker to reduce the romantic scenes of the film. He had also said that Arjun Zarja and Sruthi Hariharan were good friends and he had never noticed that Arjun Zarja was behaving badly with Sruthi on the set.  Srinivasa „Arjun” Zarja is an Indian actor, producer and director who works mainly in Tamil films and some Kannada and Telugu films. Dubbed the „King of Action” by the media and his fans for his roles in action movies. Arjun has appeared in more than 150 films, most of which were lead roles.    He is one of the few players in South India to attract fans from several states of India.   He has directed 11 films and has also produced and distributed a number of films.  In October 2018, actress Shruthi Hariharan accused Arjun Zarja of misconduct as part of the #MeToo movement in November 2015 on the set of the film Vismaya (Nibunan in Tamil), in which she played Arjun Zarya`s wife. After his accusations, Arjun Zarja completely denied his allegations and filed a rs 5 crore defamation action against Sruthi Hariharan.  Since the turn of the decade, Arjun has tried to move away from his image as the „king of action” and has agreed to star in films in which he would play the antagonist or a supporting role, with this decision hailed by film critics.
 In 2011, Arjun seized the opportunity to play a guest role alongside Ajith Kumar in Venkat Prabhu`s action thriller Mankatha, with critics praising his performance as a cop in the blockbuster. The following year, he appeared in Kannada`s prasad, for which he won the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actor. Arjun portrayed a middle-class father with a deaf-mute son and found it a rewarding experience for him to break the monotony of his standard roles and try something different, and admitted that he was moved by the script. The film was unanimously positively criticized in March 2012 and then selected for the Berlin Film Festival, with critics calling Arjun`s portrait „a breathtaking achievement” and „the best of his career.”  Note: (*) = Only available in IMAX 70mm. (**) = Published on IMAX Digital only. (***) = Published in IMAX Digital and IMAX 70mm. (**+) = Published in IMAX Digital and IMAX with Laser. (***+) = Published in all IMAX formats. Some titles, such as Skyfall and Blade Runner 2049, were displayed on IMAX screens, but were not subject to DMR processing. In 1993, he starred in S.
Shankar`s blockbuster Gentleman, which began with positive reviews, while Arjun won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor.    Meanwhile, he starred in hits such as Jai Hind (1994), Karnaa (1995) and the action thriller Kurudhipunal (1995), for which Arjun was recognized for his role, while the film became India`s official entry for the 68th Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category.    In 1999, he starred in the political action thriller Mudhalvan (1999), which earned him the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor for his role as well as numerous other nominations. He is then seen in Vasanth`s romantic drama Rhythm, in which he plays a photographer who eventually falls in love with a widow. With a popular soundtrack and an opening for positive reviews, Rhythm also became a commercial success.  Arjun collaborated with Mani Ratnam with Kadal (2013), in which the actor played a negative role as a smuggler on the Coast of Tamil Nadu. While the film received mixed reviews and became a box office success, Arjun garnered rave reviews for his performance with Sify.com, in which he noted that Arjun is „deliciously despicable in the most memorable negative role of his career” and The Hindu calls him „brilliant.”  He then became known for his interpretation of the real police officer K. Vijay Kumar in the bilingual film Vana Yuddham (2013), the biopic of the famous forest thief Veerappan, as well as for his role as a paralyzed swimming coach in Vasanth Moondru`s love film Per Moondru Kadal (2013).  Below is a list of films released in IMAX that use IMAX, a film format and a projection standard. IMAX cameras and footage are rarely used for mainstream films; the cameras are heavy and the stock of movies is expensive. However, since 2002, some feature films shot with digital cameras or on ordinary 35mm footage have undergone IMAX Digital Media Remastering (DMR) processing for release in IMAX 70mm cinemas and IMAX digital cinemas.
Zarja was born as the son of actor Shakti Prasad, and his mother was Lakshmi, an art teacher. He had an older brother, Kishore Zarja, who directed Kannada films.  Arjun had always thought and dreamed of becoming a police officer, but his fate took him in a completely different direction.  Disclaimer: All of the information we have given above is true and comes from authenticated sources. If it turns out that something in this regard is wrong in the future, then we are not responsible. How to Apply Bigg Boss Telugu OTT: There is no separate application process for the Bigg Boss Telugu OTT or the regular Bigg Boss. Telugu Celebrities receives a call from the Bigg Boss asking them if they are interested in participating in the reality show Bigg Boss. If they are interested, then Bigg Boss interviews them with secrets and explains everything about Bigg Boss standards.
Only celebrities have the chance to enter the Bigg Boss house. Ordinary citizens cannot enter the Bigg Boss House. No official notification will be published or announced by the Bigg Boss. The entire selection process continues secretly. In 1992, he decided to direct his feature film Sevagan. Soon after, after much persuasion, Shankar gave him the lead role in his first film Gentleman (1993). Arjun had initially rejected the film without hearing Shankar`s narration, but the director`s perseverance led him to appear in the film as a vigilante against corruption. The film received positive reviews and became a pioneer in the Tamil film industry, achieving significant box office success, while Arjun won the State Award for Best Actor.   His change of fate at the box office continued and Arjun began to gain traction as a bankable lead actor in action films after his films such as his patriotic directing project Jai Hind (1994) and Karnaa (1995), where he played a dual role, became blockbusters.
 Kamal Haasan approached Arjun to play a policeman in the action thriller Kurudhipunal (1995), and the actor took advantage of it and agreed to hear the film even without the story. .