Almost a decade ago, at the beginning of the 2000s, the film industry witnessed films that on revenge-drama, blood-shedding fights, peppy dance numbers. During that time, the box-office was on rage, and these films are being celebrated for a year in theatres. Films with other plots, love or thriller, tend to be average or above-average films, with a month of theatrical run. It was at that time the film 'Arya' premiered. Along with Allu Arjun
, the whole team is of new-comers and it is the debut of filmmaker Sukumar. SVC Production has made only one film, 'Dil' which run had good success and run, while Bunny made his debut 'Gangothri', which also had a good response.
While Sukumar intended to do it with Nithiin
, he didn't like the idea of the film and rejected it, while it is Raju, who believed in Sukumar and sent him to Bunny. It is Sukumar's love for that film and sheer passion to make it has made the film what it is today. During the production, the budget was overboard and a few scenes never shaped up on the screen. Sukumar literally begged Raju to grant him the sum of money to make the few scenes. Audio, needless to say, has become a chartbuster, while 'Ah ante Amalapuram' is one of the best & most listened to the composition of Devi Sri Prasad. The film marks 16 Years of its release and today, all the cast & crew are the top technicians of the industry.