Aadhi’s performance in ‘The Warriorr’ is currently the talk of the town. His electrifying presence on screen is something that has to be seen to be believed. His performance is being lauded by critics and audiences alike and it is safe to say that he is one of the most promising young talents in the industry today.
Aadhi says “As an actor, I always want to convince the audience of my character’s intent. Whether I’m playing a hero or a villain, I want the audience to believe in my character’s motivations. I think it’s important to find that balance between making the character relatable and making sure their actions make sense within the context of the story.”
The full credit for my character in the film ‘The Warriorr’ belongs to #Linguswamy garu. He assisted me as I played this character from a commercial film perspective. Happy to receive applause for the performance
So even though I could feel more at ease portraying a hero or villain, ultimately it all comes down to persuading the audience of my character’s motivations. And no matter which side of the moral spectrum my character leans toward, I like doing it. He also added one funny thing about him, Tamil people feel he is a Telugu actor and Telugu People feel he is a Tamil actor. For those who don’t know, he is the son of legendary Tollywood film director Ravi Raja Pinishetty.