National Film Award-winning Indian on-screen character Dhanush is good to go to enter Hollywood and will star with none other than the baffling Uma Thurman! The Times of India reports that Dhanush will be acting in Iranian producer Marjane Satrapi’s film titled The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir Who Got Trapped In An Ikea Cupboard. Satrapi is the executive of the acclaimed and grant winning movement film Persepolis.
Dhanush, who made an imprint in Bollywood with Raanjhana inverse Sonam Kapoor, will be acting with Uma Thurman and Alexandra Daddario in his Hollywood debut. He joins the new rundown of Indian performing artists who are making an imprint in Hollywood and other worldwide motion pictures and TV arrangement, including Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra, Anil Kapoor, Nimrat Kaur, Mallika Sherawat and Sonu Sood. Numerous other Indian on-screen characters have been found in worldwide silver screen, TV and theater prior, including Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Amitabh Bachchan, Om Puri, Amrish Puri, Shashi Kapoor, Persis Khambatta, Gulshan Grover, Irrfan Khan, Gaurav Chopra, and some more.
The South Indian on-screen character, who principally acts in Tamil silver screen and has gotten a few recompenses for his work, will act with the Kill Bill on-screen character in the comic film that will see him playing Aja, an “entertaining, delicate and witty” Indian performer who is sent to Paris on a mystery mission by his mom.
TOI further reports that the shooting of The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir Who Got Trapped In An Ikea Cupboard will be held in India, France, Italy and Morocco. The film is being created by Indian Aditi Anand.
Satrapi said Dhanush was the most evident decision for the part of an Indian conjurer with a comical inclination. She said, “As I was viewing different Indian motion pictures, Dhanush turned into the most evident decision — his knowledge, his executioner grin, his capacity to enter completely into the skin of any character he played… made me certain that he was the one.”
Indeed, looks like Dhanush has effectively earned a considerable measure of brownie focuses even before his first film in Hollywood is discharged! All the best to