Dhanush wraps shooting for Aanand L Rai’s upcoming film Atrangi Re

Dhanush announced the wrap of Atrangi Re by sharing a picture of him with director Aanand L Rai and writer Himanshu Sharma.

Press Trust of India March 29, 2021 13:23:42 IST
Dhanush wraps shooting for Aanand L Rai’s upcoming film Atrangi Re

South star Dhanush on Monday said he has finished shooting for filmmaker Aanand L Rai's upcoming directorial Atrangi Re.

The 37-year-old actor took to Instagram and shared a picture with Rai and the film's writer, Himanshu Sharma.

Atrangi Re reunites Dhanush, Rai and Sharma after their 2013 critical hit Raanjhanaa.

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Also starring Sara Ali Khan, the film also features Akshay Kumar in a "special role".

Atrangi Re, which went on floors last March before the coronavirus pandemic halted its shoot, resumed filming in Madurai last October and followed it up with a schedule in Delhi.

With music by AR Rahman, Atrangi Re is set to be released theatrically on 6 August.

Last week, Dhanush and Manoj Bajpayee were named the joint winners of the best actor National Film Award for their performances in Asuran and Bhonsle, respectively.

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