Dhanush to team up with Nagarjuna for next project?

The actor narrated a one-liner to Nagarjuna a few months ago and received a go ahead to develop the full script, sources say.
Dhanush to team up with Nagarjuna for next project?
Dhanush to team up with Nagarjuna for next project?
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Dhanush and Nagarjuna will be teaming up for a multi-starrer, say sources in tinsel town. A National Award winning actor Dhanush narrated a one-liner to Nagarjuna a few months ago, and received positive signals to go ahead with the development of the full script, according to sources. Following this, Dhanush is preparing the script and sources say that he will be donning the director’s robes as well. Though this film is touted to be a multi-starrer, it is not clear if Dhanush would go on to share the screen space with Nag or limit himself to directing the movie. Incidentally, Dhanush made his directorial debut with Pa Pandi, which had Raj Kiran and Revathy in the lead and Dhanush himself in a cameo role. Getting a nod from Nag, Dhanush is preparing the final script and there is a buzz that this film will be bankrolled by the famous production house Sri Thenandal Films.

The makers are planning the movie as a bilingual in Tamil and Telugu languages. It is being planned on a big scale and it will be really massive if Nagarjuna comes on board.

Dhanush’s last film release was Velaiilla Pattadhari 2 which was a hit and he currently has a slew of films in his kitty including the Gautham Menon directorial Enai Noki Paayum Thota, Vettrimaran’s Vada Chennai, and Balaji Mohan’s Maari 2. He also has the Hollywood movie The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir, directed by Ken Scott.

Nagarjuna, on the other hand, is busy with the Ram Gopal Varma directorial which has not been titled yet. The shooting of this film is underway and reports are that its title would be Sapadham.

It may be mentioned here that there were reports of Dhanush approached the Tollywood megastar Chiranjeevi initially but he turned down the offer due to date issues following which the offer went to Nagarjuna.

(Content provided by Digital Native) 

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