News from the entertainment industry is abuzz with Bollywood actor Dhanush right now. From bagging the Netflix movie with Chris Evans to his Tamil movie being screened at the upcoming 78th Golden Globe Awards, he sure seems to be on a roll.
Dhanush is set to act alongside Hollywood star Chris Evans in the Netflix-backed thriller “The Gray Man” much to the delight of his die-hard fans. The film has piqued the curiosity of many for a variety of reasons, suggesting that it might be a gamechanger with Dhanush adding a new dimension to his career. Helmed by ‘Avengers: Endgame’ director duo – the Russo brothers, the actor will join the stellar cast of Chris Evans, Ryan Gosling, and Ana de Armas for the upcoming big-budget Hollywood project. With the actor now officially on-board the project, it marks his second Hollywood venture, after the critically acclaimed, “The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir” that released in 2018.
“The Gray Man” is reportedly being made on a $ 200 million budget and is based on Mark Greaney’s 2009 novel by the same name.
The other news making rounds is two films that have done Tamil cinema proud “Soorarai Pottru” and “Asuran”. Both of these movies have been selected for screening at the prestigious 78th Golden Globe Awards 2021 in the Best Foreign Film category. The screenings will take place from January 2021 while the awards ceremony will be on March 1st, 2021.
Soorarai Pottru’ directed by Sudha Kongara has Suriya who also produced the film as a common man who achieves his dream of becoming an air fleet owner based on the true-life story of Air Deccan founder G.R. Gopinath.
“Asuran” adapted from the novel Vekkai by Poomani is directed by Vetrimaaran and has Dhanush as a middle-aged lower caste man who avenges the killing of his son by upper-class men. The film also had Manju Warrier as Dhanush’s wife and Ken Karunas as the younger son.
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