Dhanush announces new feature Asuran, will be actor's fourth collaboration with Vetrimaaran
Asuran will be the fourth collaboration between Dhanush and Vetrimaaran
This particular year has been quite eventful for actor Dhanush. While the murky, gritty narrative of Vada Chennai brought him considerable praise, the fun-filled yet dangerous avatar of the local gangster in Maari 2 was well received.
Just a day after the release of Maari 2, the actor took to Twitter to announce his upcoming project.
The next feature titled Asuran will be helmed by Vetrimaaran. The actor also shared the first look poster on social media:
— Dhanush (@dhanushkraja) December 22, 2018
The poster depicts Dhanush as common man with a thick moustache and yellowing teeth. Fans were quick to react to the actor's announcement.
Thalaivaaaaa yet another blockbuster is on the way....... Eduthu vai da award da......@dhanushkraja is on fire... 🔥🔥🔥 it's DNV combo...... @VetriMaaran sir exciting about what you will do next.... 😎😎#Maari2 #Asuran — Kaarthickkeyan R (@kaar_the_k_n_r) December 22, 2018
Anna Adutha National Award than
— Vijaydhanush (@Vijaydh97791828) December 22, 2018
Thalaivar ku suththi podanum ❤️ Ooru kannu full ah unga meladhan 😎 — Janani Ravichandran (@jananiRchandran) December 22, 2018
Classic vetri- dhanush Combo again #ASuran 😘😘
— Petta Adithyan 2.0 (@Adithyanhere) December 22, 2018
Asuran will be the fourth feature that Dhanush and Vetrimaaran will be collaborating on. Their best known work includes films such as Aadukalam, that won the actor a National Award.
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