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Entertainment Kollywood 14 Apr 2019 From hero to villain

From hero to villain

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ANUPAMA SUBRAMANIAN
Published Apr 14, 2019, 12:44 am IST
Updated Apr 14, 2019, 12:44 am IST
Coming from a musically inclined family, Ashwin says he has produced several independent albums.
Ashwin
 Ashwin

Ashwin’s decision to shift gears from being a hero to a supporting role seems to have paid off. He started off as a hero in Yaanum Theyavan and it sank without a trace, but his recent film Natpe Thunai in which he played the antagonist has given him the much needed break. Son of music composer Jerome Pushparaj, Ashwin had quit his job in Singapore to pursue his dreams in films.

“Though I am proficient in dance and I hit the gym regularly, I wanted to hone my acting skills and joined Koothu-u-pattarai. That landed me with HipHop Aadhi who felt I would suit the role of the opponent to him in the sports-based drama. My role will start off as a negative one but ends up positively. And, there have been many calls praising my performance ever since the movie got released.”

 

Coming from a musically inclined family, Ashwin says he has produced several independent albums. “Yes, I love music and am trying my hand at music composition as well. Be it hero, villain or even a great supporting role, I am ready to accept. Talks are on for few films.”    

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