Director Vetri Maaran reveals details of Dhanush’s AsuranDhanush is playing the role of a 45-year-old villager in Vetri Maaran’s upcoming film. Manju Warrier is paired opposite Dhanush in the drama based on a Tamil novel.advertisement India Today Web Desk ChennaiMarch 28, 2019UPDATED: March 28, 2019 12:16 IST Dhanush in AsuranAfter Vada Chennai, Dhanush and Vetri Maaran surprised everyone by announcing that they are teaming up for another project before starting Vada Chennai 2. Titled Asuran, it was rumoured that the upcoming project will a commercial entertainer.The first-look posters of Asuran were intriguing with Dhanush sporting a unique makeover. It was also surprising for Dhanush fans when it was revealed that Malayalam actress Manju Warrier is paired opposite their star in the film.Now, in an interview, Vetri Maaran seems to have let out more details about the movie. Dhanush is playing a dual role in the film. He will be seen both as a father and son in the upcoming film, which is based on the novel called Vekkai, written by Poomani.Dhanush is playing the role of a 45-year-old villager in the film. In addition to that, it is also revealed that actor Pasupathi is playing an important role in the movie. He will be seen as the brother of Manju Warrier and a well-wisher of Dhanush’s family.Director Balaji Shakthi is making his debut as an actor with the film. He is reportedly the villain of the movie.Other than Asuran, Dhanush has many other films in his kitty. Enai Nokki Paayum Thota is gearing up for release. In addition to that Dhanush also has is a second directorial venture in the pipeline..ALSO READ: Soundarya Rajinikanth and Vishagan wedding reception first pics out. See hereALSO WATCH: Rajinikanth’s daughter Soundarya gets married to actor-businessman Vishagan VanangamudiadvertisementGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byP Kirubhakar Tags :Follow Dhanush
By a vote of 13 in favour to none against with two abstentions (Russia and Venezuela), the Council adopted a resolution extending the Mission’s mandate until 15 December 2015. It acknowledged that the Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan to resolve the nearly two-year conflict, signed in August, was the first step in reversing the “difficult” political and economic situation, as well as a humanitarian and security “catastrophe.”The Council also expressed its intention to consider taking all necessary measures against those “whose actions jeopardize peace, stability and security in South Sudan.” In the preamble to the resolution, it insists that those guilty of such acts or entities may be subject to “targeted sanctions.”Through the text, the Council made a series of requests to the Secretary-General, among them, to prioritize the complete deployment of UNMISS personnel to the authorized military and police strength, including tactical military helicopters and unarmed unmanned aerial systems. It also requested the Secretary-General to conduct a mandate review within 45 days, and to provide both an assessment and recommendations for “necessary civilian and force structure capabilities” for UNMISS deployment. In addition, the Council requested the Secretary-General to make available technical assistance to implement Chapter V of the Agreement — including in the setting up of the hybrid court for South Sudan — to the Commission of the African Union and to the Transitional Government of National Unity. In addition, it requested him to report to within six months on such assistance, and similarly, invited the African Union to share information, expressing its intention to assess the work accomplished.More generally, the Council demanded that the Government of South Sudan comply “fully and without delay” with the Status of Forces Agreement with UNMISS, and that all parties allow the rapid, safe and unhindered access of relief personnel and delivery of humanitarian assistance, and immediately cease from violence.