Mari Selvaraj, who made an impressive debut with Pariyerum Perumal, will helm Dhanush’s next film.
Filmmaker Vetrimaaran has plans of making a prequel to his multi-generational Tamil gangster drama Vada Chennai. The prequel will be called Rajan Vagaira.
Apart from the box office success, Dhanush starrer Vada Chennai has been receiving critical acclaim and is well on its way to become another cult Vetrimaaran film. Dhanush and Andrea Jeremiah have been lauded for their performances.
Vada Chennai movie review: The nearly 2.45 hours long film unspools an ambitious, roiling story about a place, North Chennai, and its people, over a period of time. It feels appropriate to call it a saga.
Vada Chennai box office: Producer and actor Dhanush’s gangster drama is doing well in south India. The film which has been directed by Vetrimaaran had a good opening in the USA as well.
It is not the story that stands out in Vada Chennai. It is how beautifully Vetrimaaran has captured the lifestyle of a place, which is so close and yet so far away from the advancement of modern civilization.
Here’s what celebrities, fans and critics said about Vetrimaaran’s Vada Chennai, starring Dhanush, Samuthirakani, Ameer, Aishwarya Rajesh and Andrea Jeremiah among others.
Actor-producer Dhanush confirmed the release date of his most ambitious project Vada Chennai on Twitter.
Andrea Jeremiah, who is usually seen in urbane roles, is sporting a completely different look in Vada Chennai. Dressed in normal, loud polythene saree, Andrea convincingly transforms into a woman who belongs to an economically weaker section.
Dhanush on Friday took to Twitter to announce that he has wrapped his upcoming action-comedy, Maari 2. Directed by Balaji Mohan, the film also stars Sai Pallavi.
An ambitious project that has been in the making for three years, Vada Chennai will hit the screens this September. The film is being presented by Dhanush’s Wunderbar Productions and Lyca Productions.
Happy birthday Dhanush: The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir actor is an inspiration to anyone who wants to challenge the norms, fight against the tide and prove that if you’re persistent enough, there will be success.
Director Gautham Menon has been juggling between the shoots of two major upcoming films, Dhruva Natchathiram and Enai Noki Paayum Thota. Gautham on Monday resumed shooting Enai Noki Paayum Thota, which has Dhanush in the lead role.
Kaala was touted to have one of the lowest openings for a Rajinikanth film. However, positive word of mouth helped the film strengthen its position.
Dhanush, who suffered a few injuries while shooting an action sequence for Maari 2, took to Twitter to let his worried fans know that he was doing alright.