Thiruchitrambalam: Indian 2 director Shankar Shanmugham opinions Dhanush’s movie, calls it ‘beautiful movie’
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Dhanush starrer Thiruchitrambalam continues to amaze the audiences as the heartwarming family entertainer has grossed Rs 100 crore worldwide. And now, well-known filmmaker Shankar Shanmugham, who has helmed the supreme blockbusters like Anniyan, Enthiran, and 2.0, has shared his thought on the movie. The filmmaker is at the moment simultaneously working on his upcoming motion photographs Indian 2 and RC15 with Kamal Haasan and Ram Charan, respectively.
Shankar took to his Twitter story on the evening of Thursday, September 1, and wrote, “#Thiruchitrambalam. A Comely movie. The surprise is in gorgeous moments that discover the painful ones. @MenenNithya’s persona & very excellent efficiency seizes hearts, the writing by @MithranRJawahar as nicely. #DNA at their entirely as unparalleled. Contend with to @offBharathiraja @prakashraaj & entire body of workers”.
Sharing his review of the movie, the filmmaker liked the efficiency of the main lady Nithya Menen. He even gave his like to the feeble actors Bharathiraja and Prakash Raj, who painting Dhanush’s grandfather and father respectively. In his tweet, ‘DNA’ refers back to the deadly aggregate of Dhanush and the tune composer Anirudh Ravichander, who’ve delivered massive hits in the past. He also showered praises on Mithran R Jawahar, the creator and the director of the movie.
#Thiruchitrambalam.A Comely movie. The surprise is in gorgeous moments that discover the painful ones.@MenenNithya ‘s persona & very excellent efficiency seizes hearts,the writing by @MithranRJawahar as nicely.#DNA at their entirely as unparalleled. Contend with to @offBharathiraja @prakashraaj & entire body of workers
— Shankar Shanmugham (@shankarshanmugh) September 1, 2022
Moreover Kamal Haasan, Indian 2 also stars Kajal Aggarwal, Gulshan Grover Siddharth, Rakul Preet Singh, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Bobby Simha, Guru Somasundaram, and Samuthirakani in pivotal roles. Whereas A. R. Rahman equipped tune for the prequel, Anirudh Ravichander will doubtless be composing tune for the sequel.