Director Vetri Maaran reveals details of Dhanush’s Asuran

first_imgDirector 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 Dhanushlast_img read more

The Latest Germany Brexit divorce deal is a compromise

LONDON — The Latest on Brexit, Britain’s impending departure from the European Union (all times local):12:15 p.m.Germany’s foreign minister is calling for “clear proposals” from Britain as it seeks to avoid a chaotic withdrawal from the European Union and underlining the EU’s insistence that the Brexit divorce deal rejected by British lawmakers is “already a compromise,” particularly in regards to Northern Ireland.Britain is due to leave the EU on March 29, with or without a Brexit deal. U.K. lawmakers voted last week to seek changes to the agreement but the EU is adamant that it cannot be renegotiated. How to handle the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland is one of the Brexit dilemmas.German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas tells the Funke newspaper group published Sunday that “we need clear proposals from London” and rejected a suggestion that the EU’s position is increasing the risk of a no-deal Brexit. He says “if the British want to avoid an unregulated Brexit, our offer is on the table. We negotiated a fair Brexit agreement.”___11:50 a.m.Nissan has cancelled plans to make its X-Trail SUV in the UK — a sharp blow to Brexit supporters, who had fought to have the model built in northern England.The move, first reported on Saturday by Sky News, was confirmed by the company in a letter to workers Sunday. The next generation X-Trail will instead be made in in Japan.Nissan employs about 7,000 workers in the English city of Sunderland.Nissan had previously announced plans to build the model at its plant in Sunderland after the British government sent a letter of undisclosed reassurances in 2016 after the Brexit vote about the company’s ability to compete in the future.Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union on March 29, but U.K. politicians are divided over Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan.The Associated Press read more