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I am not into the business of commercialising cinema: Magamuni director Santhakumar

Director Santhakumar discusses Arya-starrer Magamuni, which hit screens on September 6.

Magamuni movie review: Santhakumar and Arya deliver the goods

Magamuni movie review: Magamuni reassures there is an audience for smartly-packaged off-beat films.

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Magamuni happened to me like Naan Kadavul: Arya

In a freewheeling conversation, Arya talks about Magamuni, life after marriage and upcoming projects.

Magamuni teaser: Arya starrer promises to be an interesting film

Magamuni teaser: Starring Arya, Mahima Nambiar and Indhuja, the teaser manages to effectively set the tone of this thriller.

Arya and Sayyeshaa team up for the third time

Teddy will mark Arya and Sayyeshaa's third collaboration after Ghajinikanth and Kaappaan.

Arya ties the knot with Sayyeshaa

South Indian actors Arya and Sayyeshaa tied the knot on March 10 at Taj Falaknuma Palace in Hyderabad.

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Inside Arya and Sayyeshaa's sangeet ceremony

Arya and Sayyeshaa had announced their wedding earlier this year. The couple is enjoying their pre-wedding festivities.

Arya to wed Sayyeshaa in March

Arya announced his wedding with actor Sayyeshaa on Valentine's Day. From Rana Daggubati to Vikram Prabhu, the who's who of south Indian film industry congratulated the couple.

Ghajinikanth teaser: Arya plays a Rajinikanth fan with a memory disorder

Arya starrer Ghajinikanth is directed by Santhosh P Jayakumar of Hara Hara Mahadev ki fame and is bankrolled by K.E.Gnanavel Raja of Studio Green. Composer Balamurali Balu has scored the music album for the film.

Gajinikanth first look: This Arya film invokes the phenomenon that is Rajinikanth. See poster

The first look of Arya's Ghajinikanth was released on Monday evening by actor Suriya on Twitter. And interestingly it has Arya in one of Rajinikanth's memorable avatars from yore.

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Vedic Heritage and Modern Education based on the principles of Arya Samaj.

Arya Kanya Gurukul in New Rajendra Nagar, New Delhi is taking a step towards a brighter future for young girls. The Gurukul with nearly 150 students is helping imbibe values that will enable then to be the custodians of India's rich heritage.

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