Chiyaan Vikram and Dhruv visit Trivandrum to promote Aditya Varma

The father and son duo, Chiyan Vikram and Dhruv flew to Thiruvananthapuram to meet Kerala's audience recently. The duo was here as part of the promotion of the young actor Dhruv Vikram's debut movie, Aditya Varma which is also the directorial debut of Gireesaaya. Although ace actor Vikram is not part of the movie, he introduced himself to support his son's debut movie, which is a romantic drama. The jubilant actors joined magnificent Priya Anand who also plays an important role in the movie. The actors had fun at one of the city's most popular women's universities, Government Women's College.

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DSC_6058a Later, the star actors settled for a conversation with the media at the Trivandrum Press Club. Among the trio, Vikram took the time to share his pleasure of visiting the city after a long time. Addressing the media in chaste Malayalam, Vikram walked his path of memory and talked about how the city changed in recent years. The prolific actor said: “I still remember how he used to take long walks here before the Statue while he was part of Mammootty's movie, Dhruvam. Now the place has changed a lot.

The actor and his son Dhruv at the do were pulling each other’s legs and became candid about the film, Aditya Varma which is the remake of the Telugu film Arjun Reddy. When asked about the debut of Dhruv through the film, Vikram says “He is just 20 years old and it was good to see his debut through this beautiful character which also gives him good space for high performances. Interestingly Vikram also shared his excitement and anxiety about his son's debut whereas Dhruv seemed calm and composed throughout the event. Well, when our kid takes part in his first competition in school as parents we do feel an excitement. I feel the same here about Dhruv's film and I am not tensed for it. I can say it will be one of the cult films released in the last ten years, ”says Vikram.

Photo courtesy: Satheeshan Karicheri

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