In 2013, Aanand L Rai introduced Dhanush to the Hindi Film Industry through the romantic film Raanjhanaa. Starring alongside Sonam Kapoor and Abhay Deol, the movie unexpectedly became a hit, boosting Dhanush’s recognition in the Hindi market. Their partnership continued with Atrangi Re in 2021, which was released directly on digital platforms and garnered praise for its story and performances. Excitingly, we have received exclusive information that Dhanush and Aanand L Rai are teaming up once again for a third feature film, marking a hat-trick collaboration between the talented duo.
Dhanush And Aanand L Rai Set To Achieve A Hat-Trick Collaboration
Celebrating the 10-year milestone of Raanjhanaa, Aanand L Rai and Dhanush are preparing for an exceptional collaboration in an as-yet-untitled love story infused with action. The screenplay has been in development for some time, and Aanand L Rai is finally prepared to commence filming early next year. In recent months, the actor and director have had several meetings and recently finalized the agreement.
According to a reliable source, the decision to announce the film’s details coinciding with the Raanjhanaa anniversary holds significance as the movie holds a special place in Aanand L Rai’s heart. As a tribute to the decade-long journey of the enchanting romantic tale, Aanand L Rai and his team are eagerly planning a special announcement for the audience.
Discussions Underway To Secure An A-List Actress For The Female Lead Role
The upcoming action love story, currently untitled, will primarily unfold in the rustic landscapes of India, drawing inspiration from Aanand L Rai’s previous successful films like Tanu Weds Manu, Tanu Weds Manu Returns, and Raanjhanaa. In addition to Dhanush, the filmmakers are actively seeking a prominent actress from the A-list to portray the female lead, aiming to assemble a remarkable ensemble cast for the project.
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