Dhanush’s Bilingual Film ‘Vaathi’ Grosses Over ₹100 Crore Globally

Actor Dhanush’s today’s Tamil-Telugu bilingual film Vaathi, approximately one guy’s fight to reform the training device in the 1990s, has grossed over ₹100 crores globally as it continues its successful run in theatres. The movie capabilities Dhanush as a professor who brings approximately an alternative along with his approaches to teaching.

Directed via Venky Atluri, the movie was concurrently launched in Tamil and Telugu. While it was titled Vaathi in Tamil, the Telugu version became SIR. Over the weekend, the makers took to Twitter to share an official poster, confirming that the film has entered ₹a hundred crore membership. Dhanush additionally tweeted the poster and shared 3 folded palms emojis.

This is the second successive ₹a hundred crore grossing film for Dhanush after closing yr’s Thiruchitrambalam. His other Tamil film Asuran, directed by Vetrimaaran, also grossed over ₹a hundred crore through its theatrical run.

Vaathi, which has a song by G.V Prakash Kumar, also stars Samyuktha and Samuthirakani in pivotal roles. Talking about the film, Venky Atluri had stated in a pre-release press interplay that some incidents from his existence when he was a pupil stimulated him to make Vaathi. “I finished my magnificence twelfth round 1998. That’s while the private colleges have been flourishing and slowly taking up the authorities schools. It had to grow to be a large difficulty returned then and even got the government worried about typing this trouble. Some of these activities stimulated me to make Vaathi.” The film highlights the privatization of the education machine and how one guy fought in opposition to it.

Dhanush is presently taking pictures for his upcoming Tamil film, Captain Miller. His cutting-edge look presenting lengthy hair is for this assignment directed by Arun Matheswaran.

Last September, Dhanush shared a photo from the sets of Captain Miller. He was seen carrying lengthy hair, a thick beard, and mustache. He wore shades as he stood facing the water but grew to become around a bit for the picture.

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