Actor Charuhasan, the elder brother of Kamal Haasan is making a comeback with Tamil film Dhadha 87, directed by Vijay Sri G. Charuhasan plays a tough goon or 'dhadha' as they say.
The film stars Charuhasan and Keerthi Suresh's grandmother Saroja in the lead. The film is touted to be a continuation of Kamal Haasan's 1988 film Sathya. Initially the film was set to hit the screens on February 22 which was pushed and now it is all set to hit the screens on March 1, 2019.
Charuhasan will be playing the older version of Sathya. The actor is playing an ageing don in the film. The teaser of the film which was released recently went viral on the internet. The trailer suggests that he is a menacing kingpin.
Last seen in Vijay Antony's Saithan, Charuhasan is making his comeback as the hero in this film. Charuhasan is the father of Indian actress Suhasini Maniratnam. He eventually made his debut in 1979 Tamil film Uthiripookkal directed by Mahendran.
He has even won a National Award for his acting in the Kannada film Tabarana Kathe. He has acted in more than 120 films playing supporting or antagonistic roles, his most important movies being Vedham Pudhithu, Tabarana Kathe and Thalapathi.
The film will have a surprise with yesteryear comedian Janagraj making his s comeback. Anand Pandi of 'Kalakka Povathu Yaaru' and 'Jodi no 1' fame will be seen along with Sri Pallavi and Anupallavi in supporting roles.
Bankrolled by Kalai Cinemas, Raja Pandi will be handling the camera and Leander and Al-Rufian will be composing music for the film while Sudha and Vijay Sri G handles the editing.
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