After receiving a phenomenal response for his stylish and suave act as a white collar criminal in Ram Charan’s ‘Dhruva,’ Tamil actor Aravind Swamy has become a sensation and most wanted actor in Tollywood.
Almost 15 big producers have reportedly knocked the door of Swamy after the release of Dhruva. Now, it is heard that superstar Mahesh Babu has rejected the idea of makers of his new film to rope him in. Why Mahesh said no to an in-demand artist like Swamy? It’s the staggering demands of Swamy.
Reportedly, Aravind Swamy was paid Rs 3 Cr remuneration for Dhruva, which is the highest for any villain in Tollywood. As Dhruva makers couldn’t find a replacement for Swamy, they paid him the sky-high pay. Now, he is asking the same pay from every producer who approaches him. After learning this, Mahesh has reportedly told his producers to drop the thought of Swamy.
Losing Mahesh’s film is a big loss for Swamy.