Not easy to make a comeback: Aryan Rajesh
Chennai: South Indian actor Aryan Rajesh, who is returning to Tamil cinema after four years with a string of films, says it's challenging to make a comeback in an industry plagued by cut-throat competition.
Rajesh is currently busy shooting for three Tamil films - 'Eera Veyyil', 'Thuttu' and 'Vedikkai'.
"I was out of action for personal reasons, but when I look around today, I find it difficult to accept the competition. There are so many actors nowadays that you don't know with whom you will have to compete when your film comes out. I think comebacks are not easy in the current scenario," Aryan told us.
Brother of Telugu actor Allari Naresh, Aryan also has a Telugu film lined up.
"I have been doing a film or two in Telugu. I haven't been active (on the film front), but I have managed to keep myself occupied. It's an edge-of-the-seat thriller and I'm sure audiences will love it when it hits the screens," he said.
As for his personal life, Aryan was recently blessed with a baby boy.
"Life's always busy with a baby around. He is going to be turn one soon and I can proudly say he completes me. My wife has been of great support and it is because of her, I have resumed acting after a hiatus," he added.
He is best known for films 'Evadi Gola Vaadidi', 'Anumanaspadam' and 'Pokkisham'.
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