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Arun Vijay had a desire to act since childhood. He developed a strong interest by watching his father during film shoots. In order to achieve his goal of becoming an actor, his father encouraged him to join classes for extracurricular activities such as dancing, swimming, skating and horse-riding. Arun Vijay started getting film offers when he was in tenth grade but his father wanted him to complete his schooling before acting in films.
Arun Vijay signed on for an A. R. Rahman musical Love Story to be his acting debut, but the delay of that project meant that he accepted Anbalaya Films' offer of Sundar C's Murai Mappillai (1995). He was 18 years old when he signed to act in Murai Mapillai. This made him one of the youngest actors to debut as a hero in the Tamil film industry. Murai Mapillai had a star cast which included Manivannan, K. Prabakaran, Kalaranjini, Goundamani and Senthil. The film was released on December 1995. Arun Vijay was praised for his dance and fight sequences in the movie.
In 1996, Arun Vijay's second film, Priyam, was released. Its music was composed by Vidyasagar. The songs became a huge hit among the Tamil audience, especially the song "Dilruba Dilruba". It was one of the top songs in 1996 and was choreographed well in the movie. It proved that Arun Vijay was a versatile dancer.
Arun Vijay then signed for two films Kathirunda Kadhal and Ganga Gowri under Ganga Gowri Productions. Both were released in 1997. Kathirunda Kadhal was Arun's first film with Suvalakshmi.
In 1998, Arun Vijay played the lead role in director Balasekaran's film Thulli Thirintha Kaalam. It was produced by Kavithalayaa Productions, a company owned by K.Balachander. The film was a commercial success and was later remade in Telugu with a different cast.
In 2000, Arun Vijay featured in two films, Kannaal Pesavaa and Anbudan. Kannal Pesavaa was released in August 2000 and was his second film with actors Suvalakshmi, Goundamani and Senthil. Anbudan, released in November 2000, had two heroines Meena and Rambha. The film had a unique storyline but failed to make it big in the box office because of poor marketing and publicity due to budget restraints. His career hit a nadir when Buddhan, a project which he had physically transformed for, was stalled and dropped in 2000.